Rock Hill Police used a stun gun to detain a woman resisting arrest Wednesday afternoon.
A 64-year-old woman told police her granddaughter, Ericka Whitlock, 30, threatened her over the cleanliness of her room in a West Main Street house, according to a Rock Hill Police report.
Whitlock was highly aggravated and refused to answer police questions, the report states.
She put on her coat and began to leave, but police told her she had to stay until their investigation was complete.
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Police repeatedly asked Whitlock to sit down, and she kept trying to walk toward the door.
An officer walked to Whitlock to detain her. As he placed his hands on her wrists, Whitlock allegedly began to pull her arms away.
Whitlock and the officer fell onto her bed, where she was able to get her right arm loose, police say.
Another officer present pulled his X2 Taser, placed it on the right thigh of Whitlock and told her to stop pulling away. He ordered her to place her hands behind her back, the report states.
Police gained control and placed handcuffs on Whitlock. She was arrested and charged with resisting arrest. She was released from the Rock Hill Jail on a personal recognizance bond Wednesday evening.