Police: Framingham Woman Assaults 2 Officers During Arrest

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FRAMINGHAM – A Framingham woman assaulted two police officers, when she was arrested on Saturday.

Police were called to 15 Auburn Street at 10:15 a.m. on Saturday, September 19 for a disturbance.

Police later arrested Divine Morse, 20, of 15 Auburn Street.

Morse’s roommate caled police about the disturbance, said Framingham Polie Lt. Patricia Grigas.

When police arrived “neighbors in hallway pointing to the apartment” where the at the argument was continuing, explained Lt. Grigas.

When police entered the apartment, Morse “was combative with officers, demanding they needed a warrant to be in her apartment,” said Lt. Grigas.

“She shoved one officer, elbowed one in the face and continued to scream,” said Lt. Grigas.

Morse was charged Morse with two counts of assault and battery on a police officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

Morse was scheduled to be arraigned in Framingham District Court today, September 21.

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