May 25, 2015 1:09 PM
SALEM - Police said a woman shoved and struck a fireman who was responding to a cut-off 911 call at her home on Old Rockingham Road on Sunday.
Ingrid Bochman, 61, of Salem, is accused of simple assault after firefighters came to her home after she allegedly made suicidal threats. Police also said Bochman assaulted her husband before placing the call to 911.
Bochman was taken to Parkland Medical Center for evaluation. Bochman also is charged with one count of domestic violence assault.
Bochman was released on $1,000 bail and is scheduled to appear in court July 13.
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