A Lebanon woman has been charged in two separate cases involving former ex-boyfriends, and in which she is accused of head-butting a police officer.
Alicia M. Stock, 30, who lives in Indian Springs Apartments, violated a protective order when she showed up at the Thorntown home of Stephen McKnight on May 9, police said.
McKnight told police she came to see their children but was upset about the death of another ex-boyfriend and making suicidal comments. Her speech was slurred and she was believed to be drinking alcohol at the home, according to court records.
A protective order prohibited her from being at McKnight’s home. She resisted handcuffs and head-butted Boone County Sheriff’s Deputy Robert Bonds, according to Deputy Thomas Beard’s report.
She continued to fight, kicking Bond and spitting in Beard’s face as they attempted to get her into a police cruiser. Then she became unresponsive and went limp, according to court records.
“We believed she was overdosing and removed her from the vehicle before administering two rounds of Narcan,” Beard reported, adding that she awoke and spat in Bonds’ face, then resisted medics until they restrained her. Narcan is a medication used to reverse drug overdoses.
Beard and Bonds were sent to St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis because they had come into contact with foreign bodily fluid. Stock was also treated at a hospital.
Boone County Deputy Prosecutor Christina Pace filed the following charges against Stock: two counts of battery against a public safety official, two counts of battery by bodily waste, invasion of privacy, resisting law enforcement and disorderly conduct.
A week later, Justin Smith told police his ex-girlfriend arrived at his Lebanon home at 3:30 a.m. and would not leave. She was still present when he returned from work, despite his having repeatedly told her to leave, Smith reportedly told Lebanon Police Lt. Rich Mount.
Smith said she threatened to kill herself or him, police said.
Police found Stock on a bed and told her to leave, but she just went outside and sat, then returned to the home to get her purse and sat down in inside, police said. Her speech was slurred and she staggered and smelled of alcohol, police said.
Stock was first medically cleared then jailed and charged with criminal trespass.
She pleaded guilty to invasion of privacy and to pointing a firearm in separate cases in 2017 and was sentenced to a year of probation.