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Woman kicks officer in face, police say

COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -

A woman was arrested on Saturday after trespassing and kicking a police officer in the face, police said.

Police were called to a Colerain woman's residence on Schon Drive to answer a trespassing complaint.

According to reports, police found Denise Tsibouris, 55, trespassing on the property.

As authorities attempted to get Tsibouris off of the property, the suspect pulled away from officers and attempted to kick them. Officers say that Tsibouris kicked an officer in the face while attempting to get her into the patrol car.

Tsibouris has been charged with reckless assault, criminal trespassing and resisting arrest.

Tsibouris is currently incarcerated in Hamilton County jail. 

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