A Rock Hill woman was charged with resisting police and disorderly conduct Saturday night and placed into a restraint chair at the city jail after police say she directed “anti-white slurs” toward officers, according to a Rock Hill Police Department report.
An officer pulled over Brittany Jenice Foye, 27, for speeding, police said. When asked for her license and registration, “Foye made statements about there being more issues with the traffic stop,” the report states, and said she was “pro-black” because of “everything that has been going on.”
When a second officer arrived, Foye became agitated, according to the report, and asked why a second officer was needed, then became upset and got out of her vehicle. When officers told Foye she was going to be detained because of her statements and demeanor, police said, she resisted and attempted to pull away. Officers then forced her to the ground to gain control of her and handcuff her, the report states.
On the way to the patrol car, the report states, Foye continued to pull away and used “anti-white” slurs, and continued to yell and curse at the Rock Hill jail before officers, until officers placed her in a restraint chair because of her behavior, police said.
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Foye was later released on $1,500 bond, jail officials said Monday.