Alexandra Lennox Also Spit Gum At Officer, According To Report
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A good deed never goes unpunished. Two Boca Raton Police officers — suggesting that an allegedly drunk woman use UBER to get home to avoid a DUI arrest or crash — ended up getting kicked by that woman, according to a police report reviewed by BocaNewsNow.com.
Alexandra Lennox of Boynton Beach was allegedly so drunk that her boyfriend found an officer in Mizner Park Thursday night and asked him to make sure Lennox didn’t drive. Here’s the narrative written by Boca Raton Police Officer Robert Volguardson.
“I found Alexandra walking by the Parking Garage D (497 Plaza Real). I asked her to sit down and speak with me regarding her getting home safely this evening. While speaking with Alexandra, I could immediately tell she was highly intoxicated because she was continuously dropping her phone and slurring her words. I asked Alexandra if she would call an UBER and go back to her residence, but Alexandra continued to drop her phone and would not cooperate with my efforts to get her home. I explained to her numerous times that she was not driving tonight even though she tired to stand up several times telling me that she was driving home.”
The report continues:
“Alexandra proceeded to stand up in front of (Boca Raton Police) Officer Keener and she told Alexandra to sit down and she responded ‘or what?’ Alexandra then proceeded to clench her fist in front of her waist and leaned forward. Ofc. Keener than asked her to sit down again and tried to grab Alexandra’s right arm. Once Ofc. Keener went to grab it, Alexandra pulled away and braced her arm. I then ran over and grabbed hold of Alexandra’s left arm. Ofc. Keener and I attempted to place Alexandra into handcuffs, but Alexandra pulled away from Ofc. Keener again and we had to get control of both of her arms again. Once the handcuffs were getting placed on her, Alexandra took her right leg and lifted it up and kicked backwards striking me in the shin. After the handcuffs were on, Ofc. Keener and I laid Alexander on her side in the grass. While we were waiting for additional units to arrive, Alexander kicked Ofc. Keener in the thigh with her foot.”
There’s more, now involving gum:
“Boca Raton Fire Rescue arrived and Alexandra was secured to the stretcher to be transported to Boca Raton ER to get medical clearance for her manic state and intoxication. When Alexandra arrived at BER, she proceeded to spit her gum at Officer Keener, striking her with it in the presence of Officer Codling.”
Alexandra Lennox was booked into the Palm Beach County just after midnight Friday. She remained in jail late Friday afternoon. Lennox is charged with battery on an officer.
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