California Highway Patrol officers arrested a woman on a variety of charges after a struggle at Woodland Memorial Hospital last night.
During the arrest of Victoria Marie Sanders, 50, of Esparto, she allegedly struggled and kicked at officers before being taken to the ground, a CHP press release said. Sanders suffered abrasions in the process.
A leg restraint was used to keep her from kicking.
The incident began about 8 p.m. when an officer was dispatched to the hospital to take a stolen vehicle report. A man said that his girlfriend, Sanders, had taken his vehicle.
The CHP said that during the interview of the man, Sanders drove up. The officer contacted Sanders and the struggle began during her arrest, according to the CHP.
She was arrested on suspicion of resisting, battery on a peace officer, driving under the influence and driving with a suspended license.