Susan Shivock was charged April 25 with offensive touching of a police officer, two counts of resisting arrest, two counts of offensive touching, terroristic threatening and escape third.
On Saturday, April 25, a 48-year-old Middletown woman was charged with offensive touching of a police officer, two counts of resisting arrest, two counts of offensive touching, terroristic threatening and escape third.
At approximately 7:32 p.m., officers were dispatched to the first block of Franklin Drive in Middletown in reference to a domestic in progress. Upon arrival, officers met defendant Susan Shivock and two juvenile females.
Police said investigation revealed that Shivock engaged in a verbal domestic dispute with two juvenile family members and it quickly became physical. Investigation indicated that Shivock was allegedly seen slapping and pushing both juvenile females until a neighbor intervened, separated all parties and called 9-1-1.
Police said that Shivock became resistant and began to fight and pull away from officers when they attempted to place her under arrest for the offensive touching charge. She threatened the officers and continued to be disorderly, police said.
As Shivock was being placed into the police vehicle, police said she bit down on an officer’s arm. The officer was medically treated and released.
Shivock was transported to Christiana Hospital for treatment. Once there, she ran from one of the treatment rooms and had to be restrained.
Shivock was treated and released from the hospital. She was later arraigned and held on $2,700 secured bond.