REGIONAL—A 24-year-old Hull woman was arrested on back-to-back days for causing disturbances, first in George and then in Hull.
The first arrest of Jessica Nicole Chinn stemmed from multiple 911 calls to the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office in Rock Rapids about a disturbance occurring on Michigan Avenue in George at about 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11.
The 4-foot-5-inch, 130-pound woman was found lying in the roadway on the 400 block of Michigan Avenue.
Chinn “was very distraught” and when law enforcement tried to obtain information from her, “she was very combative and disorderly,” according to court documents.
She did not follow orders and initially resisted arrest before she eventually was placed in handcuffs and transported to the Lyon County Jail in Rock Rapids.
Chinn was charged with disorderly conduct — fighting or violent behavior and interference with official acts.
She posted a $500 appearance bond and was released Saturday, Oct. 12.
The second arrest of Chinn stemmed from a report of a disturbance at a residence in Hull about 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, according to the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office.
Chinn allegedly “became very agitated due to an argument with her mother” at her mother’s house and damaged a television, vacuum cleaner and picture frame, according to court documents.
While being arrested she became combative toward officers and had to be restrained.
Chinn was transported to the Sioux County Jail in Orange City on charges of fifth-degree criminal mischief and interference with official acts
She posted a $500 appearance bond and was released Sunday, Oct. 13.