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Woman arrested after fighting with officers at Broad Ripple bar

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Kamy Peters Kamy Peters
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An Indianapolis woman was arrested early Sunday after a disturbance at a Broad Ripple bar. Indianapolis Metro Police arrested Kamy Peters at the Usual Suspects/Casba bar at around 1:30 am Sunday.

Police were called to the bar after a bouncer told officers that a couple were about to have sex in the men's bathroom. The bouncer escorted the man out of the bar, but police say Kamy Peters remained in the bathroom and refused to leave.

When the officer asked her to leave, she said, "no, I have to pee." The officer told her that it was time to leave, but according to the police report, Peters then pulled down her underwear, exposing herself to the officer, and began urinating in the bathroom sink.

After she was finished, the officer told her, "let's go." Peters resisted and yelled "rape."

When the officer tried to take her by the arm, she resisted and punched the officer in the chest. She also resisted officers' attempts to handcuff her, flailing her arms and kicking her feet, slightly injuring the officers.

Officers say once Peters was handcuffed, she continued screaming obscenities for around 20 minutes. They allowed her sister to speak with her but she still wouldn't calm down. By this time a crowd had gathered to see what was going on.

Peters struggled again as officers loaded her into the Marion County Sheriff's Department wagon, hitting an officer in the forehead.

Officers say Peters had "relentless strength" and a "prolonged adrenalin rush" and was likely under the influence of narcotics and alcohol. She was charged with battery, battery on law enforcement, resisting law enforcement, disorderly conduct, and public indecency.

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