38-year-old woman arrested for alleged disturbance at Norfolk business
NORFOLK, Neb. -- Norfolk Police said they responded to a business around 9:30 a.m. on Monday.
Officials said when they arrived and spoke to employees, the employees stated that a woman came in and asked to use the phone.
According to authorities, while the 38-year-old woman was on the phone she was loudly swearing at whomever she was speaking to. The employee told the suspect that she could no longer use the phone, but she refused to give the phone up.
Norfolk Police said that the employees had to eventually remove the phone from her and told her to leave, which she refused to do so.
Officials said that the suspect poured a cup of coffee, spilling coffee creamer all over the area, and walked into a conference room, where she sat down. She then began smoking a cigarette.
Authorities said they had dealt with the suspect earlier that day when she was involved in a similar situation and had to be removed from a different business.
According to officials, they arrested the suspect for second-degree criminal trespass and disturbing the peace. She was housed in the Norfolk City Jail and later transferred to the Madison County Jail.