FRANKLIN TWP — A woman is accused of assaulting two troopers Saturday at her home.
The troopers had gone there to investigate a report that the defendant, 36-year-old Adrienne M. Hurd, was intoxicated while tending to her two young children.
Neither officer was injured, police said.
District Judge Lewis Stoughton arraigned Hurd on two felony counts of aggravated assault and two misdemeanor counts each of simple assault, reckless endangerment and resisting arrest.
She also is charged with two summary counts of harassment.
Hurd was released on her own recognizance but placed on pretrial supervision.
Stoughton, as part of the supervision, ordered the defendant to refrain from alcohol and wear a Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor bracelet. The tamper-resistant device is typically worn on the ankle and is designed to detect alcohol consumption through the skin.
She also is required to be drug tested every Wednesday.
Find out how police learned about this case in Tuesday's Butler Eagle.