Two women are facing charges after a violent arrest on Long Island. Police say it started when officers spotted 23-year-old Dikiya Bland allegedly smoking marijuana inside a car in Westbury Tuesday night. When officers approached her car, they say 28-year-old Sheba Flood stepped in and became verbally abusive.
Police say that escalated to violence, with Flood kicking and punching an officer in the head. Flood was charged with second-degree assault with intent to cause physical injury to a police officer, resisting arrest, obstructing governmental administration and disorderly conduct. Bland was charged with criminal possession of marijuana.
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