BELGRADE, Maine — A woman wanted on several warrants in four counties dating back three years is in more trouble after allegedly dragging a sheriff’s deputy whose arm got caught in her car as he was trying to arrest her.
Police say Kennebec County Sheriff’s Deputy Nathan McNally was dragged about 35 feet by a car driven by Angie May Soucy, 33, of Belgrade on Tuesday when his watch got caught on the door. The car got stuck in a drainage ditch.
The Kennebec Journal reports that McNally sustained minor cuts to his arm.
Soucy was charged with seven offenses in connection with the traffic stop, including reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon and refusal to submit to arrest.
She was held without bail on 10 warrants for previous offenses.