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Feb 22, 2017 2:54 PM

Police: Manchester woman gave false name, became 'argumentative' with officers

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MANCHESTER — Police said a woman gave a fake name and refused to get out of her car when officers tried to detain her after a traffic stop.

Two mounted police officers pulled Lounedia Louis-Fatal, 25, of Manchester, over while driving on Elm Street at 12:10 p.m. Wednesday because her car was not inspected.

Louis-Fatal provided a fake name, and claimed not to have a license, police said.

Investigations "positively" identified the operator as Louis-Fatal, and police said she became argumentative when they attempted to place her under arrest.

An officer eventually talked her into stepping out of the car. She was placed into custody and charged with disobeying a police officer, operating after suspension, resisting arrest and violation of bail.

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