Police: NH woman mad at Verizon faces 6 charges after clipping officer with truck
EPPING — A Seabrook woman is facing multiple charges after an altercation with an officer following some bad news from her cell phone provider on Sunday.
Pamela Reynolds, 49, was allegedly denied a phone upgrade at the Verizon store at the Epping Crossing right before she clipped an officer with her truck. The officer was not injured, although he was hit by the side of the truck, according to police.
Reynolds allegedly refused to leave the store when asked, and shouted obscenities at store employees and police when they arrived.
Reynolds sped off in her truck, which led to the officer being hit. She was pulled over again a little ways down the road and police ordered her to get out of the car.
As she sped off, Reynolds was heard yelling, “I hope you die, you lying pigs. You guys deserve to be shot. You guys get everything you deserve,” The Union Leader reports.
This is the second altercation Reynolds has been involved in with police. The first one stemming from an incident with Seabrook police.
Reynolds was charged with second-degree assault, reckless conduct, criminal trespassing, resisting arrest, criminal mischief, and disorderly conduct. She was held on $25,000 bail, due to her past charges, police say.