A Chicopee woman is facing several charges after allegedly creating a disturbance early Sunday morning
Chicopee Police Officer Michael Wilk said that just before 3 a.m. Sunday, police responded to Front Street for a report of a woman who was yelling, screaming, and causing a disturbance.
Officers arrived and found a woman who was sitting on a curb screaming that she was reportedly left there and nobody loved her.
While investigators tried to ask the woman questions, she would allegedly interrupt them with screaming and at one point, she reportedly admitted that she had been drinking and it was her birthday weekend.
After refusing to provide police with her name, the woman said that she was going to say out there until she sobered up. It was at that point that officers concluded that she needed to be placed in protective custody.
Another female was then seen running down Front Street, towards the scene, and one of the officers tried to stop her. However, she kept going.
"It was later learned this was the sister of the party screaming. While attempting to handcuff and stand the first female up, she began to attempt to push officers off her, and run. Also, her sister was yelling and causing a disturbance, screaming at officers to let her go, and trying to hold her sister," Wilk explained.
Police said that the sisters had made it to the ground in the road and concerned for their and the officer's safety, pepper spray was used to stop the situation.
Both women were taken into custody and while officers were walking 21-year-old Jyzell Urbi of Chicopee to a police cruiser, she allegedly spit at officers and damaged the cruiser while being driven to police headquarters.
Urbi is facing charges including disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, two counts of assault and battery on a police officer, and an outstanding warrant. She was released on $50 bail and is scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Chicopee District Court.
A 17 year old juvenile was also arrested for disorderly conduct. She was released to the custody of a parent.
"Because of the fluid contamination from the arrested party, a cruiser had to be taken out of service, and will need to be professionally cleaned," Wilk noted.
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