Prosecutors accuse a 32-year-old woman of trying to jolt a Kansas City, Kan., police officer with an electric stun gun.
Genese Leigh Randolph of Kansas City, Kan., is charged with a felony count of attempted battery on a law enforcement officer.
Randolph made an initial court appearance Monday in Wyandotte County Circuit Court, where a judge set her bond at $25,000.
The incident occurred Thursday morning after the officer pulled Randolph over for a traffic violation at 44th Street and Shawnee Drive, police said.
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She pulled into a parking lot, got out of her car and started walking away, police said.
When the officer tried to stop her, she allegedly applied the stun gun to the officer’s chest. His protective vest prevented him from being shocked, police said.
Randolph remained in the Wyandotte County jail Tuesday. Her next court appearance is March 8.