BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A woman created a scene overnight in a Boca Raton 7-11 and then spit through a police officer’s boots. Anastassia Kolesnikova’s alleged actions led arresting officer Seth Dubinksy to write descriptive, flowery prose not normally seen in police reports:
“She then spat on my mesh boots and I felt the saliva soak into the boot and my sock.”
Kolesnikova’s apparent breakdown of some sort took place in the 7-11 at 103 West Palmetto Park Road. In the course of several minutes, police say she created a disturbance, tried to remove a soap container from the bathroom, threw candy all over the counter and opened a bag of corn nuts that “flew everywhere.”
When she was ordered to leave the store — after being unable to pay for candy, wine, or the soap container she was allegedly taking from the bathroom — she refused to obey officers, even keeping a lighter clenched in her fist.
“Once in handcuffs, I noticed Anastasia was clenching a small lighter in her hand. I told her to give me the lighter but she refused to release her grip. I attempted to pry the lighter from her hands, but she held tight and began to bring her hand up toward her face. As she got closer to her face she dipped her head over and placed her mouth on my hand. As soon as I felt contact with her mouth, I reacted by striking her with a closed fist in the side of her head. Anastasia was then immediately placed on the ground. She then spat on my mesh boots and I del the saliva soak into the boots and my sock. She also spat on Officer Guberman’s boots. She kept trying to spit, at which time a spit mask was placed over her head.
Anastasia kept kicking, bracing, screaming and spitting to defeat our attempts to control her. She was placed into my patrol vehicle and transported to the Boca Raton Police Department. She was taken out of the police car and placed into the booking facility. She was still combative and needed to be placed into a full body wrap for her safety as well as ours.”
Anastasia was charged with battery on law enforcement, retail theft, obstructing an officer without violence, and trespass. She remains in the Palm Beach County Jail.
On behalf of the taxpayers of Palm Beach County, we believe that Officer Dubinsky should be entitled to expense a new pair of socks.
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