Leah Rae Jordan, 19, was charged with felony obstruction of an officer and removing an officer's weapon in connection with the Tuesday incident shortly after 4 p.m., according to the Bartow County Sheriff's Office report, above.
An Acworth resident called the cops to her Rock Ridge Road home to report a woman she didn't know was in her yard "acting suspicious" and "saying someone was trying to shoot her," according to the report.
Jordan allegedly asked deputies, "Are there not more of y'all coming?" and told them, "You need to take me to jail."
She then tried a few times to walk away, but deputies stepped in front of Jordan, who said, "Why are you going to shoot me?" according to the report. A deputy replied he was there to check on Jordan, just before she allegedly went for his firearm.
Jordan allegedly fought and struggled with police, requiring leg restraints and a "hobble," which apparently includes some type of ties or straps.
The man with her in Acworth said he had just picked her up. She had directed him to the address and got out and ran away, he told authorities.
Jordan was taken to Cartersville Medical Center for treatment of scratches to her face, a result of the alleged altercation with police, and for possible drug treatment, the report says.
BCSO spokesman Sgt. Jonathan Rogers said Wednesday about 2 p.m. Jordan had not yet been released from the hospital, where she's under law enforcement watch.
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