“[The child] stated that the believed his mother was playing, but got carried away due to her level of intoxication,” according to the report.
The child said he was injured at the time by his mother falling on top of him.
When police asked Kimberly Wright to take a portable alcohol breath test, she refused and cursed at officers.
She then called 911 and requested that a new group of officers be sent to the home, due to the officers there hurting her, and she asked for an ambulance to come to the home.
After Yellow Ambulance arrived at the home, Kimberly Wright refused to answer the paramedics’ questions, police reported, and when they told her they were there to help, she cursed at them.
Officers reported that once Kimberly Wright was advised that CPS had been contacted, she grabbed a nearby pair of tweezers and attempted to stab herself in the neck. Officers and paramedics struggled with her to take the tweezers out of her hand, the report says.
Following the brief struggle, officers reported that Kimberly Wright attempted to use her head to strike one of the officers.
Police then put her into the back of a patrol car to take her to Michael L. Becher Adult Correctional Complex.
The officer noted in the report that during the entire ride to the jail, Kimberly Wright spit on the windows and struck the windows with her head and hands. Due to her wearing an arm cast, officers were not able to place her in hand restraints.
At the jail, Kimberly Wright provided a .17 blood alcohol concentration after a breath test was administered by jail staff.
Kimberly Wright was preliminarily charged with battery to law enforcement with no injury, a class D felony, and resisting law enforcement and interference with reporting of a crime, both A misdemeanors.
Officers requested a warrant be issued for the arrest of Dawn Wright for neglect of a dependent. She was arrested the following day.
Clark County jail staff said Wednesday that Dawn Wright had been preliminarily charged with aggravated battery, a class B felony.
Court records had not been updated with the women’s upcoming court appearances as of press time.