UPD assists Walker County with arrest on campus
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A University Police officer assisted a Walker County Sheriff serve an arrest warrant at the Dan Rather Communication building last Thursday.
“One of our officers was dispatched to assist the Walker County Sheriff’s Department with serving a warrant for a female student,” UPD Chief Kevin Morris.
Inside the building the suspect resisted arrest. The suspect was Troyneshia Simone Scott.
“She was arrested for an outstanding capias warrant on the charge of Failure to Appear for Theft, class B misdemeanor out of Walker County Court at Law bond was set at $2,000.00,” Capatin Operations Bureau Timothy A. Whitecotton said. “And she was charged with Resist Arrest, Search, or Transportation a class A misdemeanor bond was set at $1,000.00.”
Scott made bond and was released from the Walker County Jail according to Whitecotton.
Once she was restrained, she sat in the backseat of the patrol vehicle without further incident.