A Salisbury woman was charged after police found her "half-way" through a window at the home of her child's father.
According to the police report, Kendra Ciara "Winky" Torrence, 28, of Crosby Street, had been arguing with the man earlier in the day on Tuesday and had confronted him at his mother's house.
Later, police say Torrence followed the man as he was walking back from the store. Torrence confronted the man again, this time physically, ripping his shirt, punching him in the face, and scratching his arm with her fingernails.
Later still, police say Torrence tried to break into the house where the man was staying. When officers arrived they found Torrence in the window.
Torrence was arrested and placed in a patrol car to be taken to the Magistrate's Office, but according to officers, she managed to slip her cuffed hands from her back, under her feet and legs to the front of her body, then tried to open the rear cage window.
Police then added a "foot hobble" and reconfigured the handcuffs.
Torrence was charged with resisting police, breaking and entering, and simple assault.