York woman arrested after struggle with bailiffs at Moss Justice Center over cell phone

May 10, 2013 

— A York woman was charged with public disorderly conduct and resisting arrest Wednesday after a struggle with court bailiffs over a cell phone, according to a report from the York County Sheriff’s Office.

The woman, Oneishia Shanea Lindsay, 20, became “loud and disorderly” because she had a phone in her purse when trying to enter the Moss Justice Center courthouse. She was sent back to her car to secure the phone, the report states, then bypassed the officers upon returning although she was ordered to stop.

She then “struggled” with the officers and used profane language, then continued “bad behavior” as she was escorted to the sheriff’s office located next door in the same building, according to the report.

Lindsay complained that she was hurt during the struggle but refused treatment when EMS arrived.

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