Woman hides in Nashville U.S. Secret Service office, assaults agents
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--Metro Nashville Police arrested a woman on Wednesday after she assaulted two U.S. Secret Service agents.
According to the arrest affidavit for Jacquelyn Fuller, it started after an employee with the Wounded Warrior Project was leaving work and observed Fuller writing and vandalizing parking signs belonging to Wounded Warrior Project, U.S. Secret Service, and a law firm.
The employee confronted Fuller but was assaulted, Fuller allegedly hitting her in the face multiple times. Police arrived and while treating the employee, received a call from two U.S. Secret Service agents Fuller went into the the Secret Service building and hid behind a door.
Two agents confronted Fuller and she punched one in the nose and attempted to assault the other agent. They were ultimately able to place her into custody each agent suffering minor injuries. Fuller was no stranger to those in the building, having been trespassed and caused issues in the past according to police.
The 32-year-old has been charged with assault on an officer (x2), vandalism, assault, and trespassing.
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