Woman Runs Over Cop's Foot During Domestic Incident

A Marlborough woman was arrested Friday after accelerating toward a police officer and snagging his foot in the process.

One Marlborough police officer narrowly escaped serious injury Friday morning after responding to a domestic disturbance on Maple Street.

Shortly after 7 a.m., police officers were called to 146 Maple Street and discovered an agitated woman inside a motor vehicle. 

Kimberly A. Lacey, 46, of the same address, was arrested after she accelerated her vehicle in the direction of a police officer. 

"Officers began talking to her and at some point she became irate and upset, then she quickly accelerated forward and recklessly," said Det. Scott DeCiero of the . "The rear wheel of the vehicle then ran over an officer's foot."

According to police records, the officer was not seriously injured during the incident. 

Lacey was stopped and subsequently arrested and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

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Cindy Smith April 10, 2012 at 01:40 PM
Funny how they didnt disclose that the domestic dispute was was called in by the woman as her 23 year son was assaulting and threatening his 15 year old sister for two days and there were no repercusions for his actions by the MPD. She was not in the house when the police arrived. I was there and will be serving as a witness for the woman. Interesting how the officers story has been turned around. Officer claimed "almost and then changed his story to his foot was run over". There was no neglegent driving at all. This woman was trying to protect her daughter and herself as the police have been to the residence numerous times for her sons violence and threatening to kill his family. She also has a protective order on him.
Tom C April 10, 2012 at 08:34 PM
Who was not in the house when the police arrived? Why was the woman leaving when her daughter was in danger?
Cindy Smith April 11, 2012 at 12:09 PM
The woman wasn't there she had gone to the police dept. to have them come to the house. The father was present in the house - the daughter wasn't alone. The mother was sitting in her car as the police inistructed her to do and when the police were leaving she went to go back into her driveway and check back in on her daughter prior to going to work. Thats when the stories changed. She was the one who went to the police - the were not called due to her as the article implies.


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