Woman Charged For Swearing At Police Officers

HIGH POINT, N.C. – A High Point woman was charged with swearing at police officers Wednesday.

According to a High Point Police report, officers charged 19-year-old, Alycia Nyshellle Paige with one count of Profane Or Indecent Language on Highways.

Officers said the manager of the Travel Inn Express, located on West Green Drive, told them he wanted Alycia and her fiancée Kashawn Brown to leave because they didn't pay their rent.

When police asked her to leave, Officer D.M. Crumpton said she was cursing and being belligerent. As she gathered her things and was walking to the main office, she was making comments about how Crumpton and other officers on scene were to "burn in hell" among other things.

The manager of Travel Inn Express then told officers he wanted Alycia banned from the property. When officers warned her that if she didn't leave she would be arrested for trespassing, they said she complained about how the situation was unfair. As she walked away, police said she continued to say the same things she was saying before while cursing. While she was cursing, a man came outside his room to check on her and then let her use his phone.

While Alycia was on the phone with her fiancée, officers said she was still cursing. Officer Crumpton said he told her if she didn't stop cursing he would arrest her. She then hung up the man's phone and threw it to the ground.

She walked across the street where officers began to place her under arrest. As one officer began to place his hands on her, the other officer noticed she did not want to place her hands behind her back. She started yelling at the officer and as both tried to handcuff her while she was up against a fence.

Alycia Paige was under a $500.00 secured bond at the Guilford County Jail and bonded out.


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