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Drunk woman faces jail after 'chewing through back seat of police car'

By Mirror | Sep 24th 2014 | 1 min read

Idaho, USA: Police found Staci Spence 'highly intoxicated' before she allegedly chewed down on the back seat of their squad car.

A woman who allegedly chewed up the back seat of a police car after she had been arrested could be facing up to five years in jail.

Police had responded to reports that Staci Spence, 42, had doused a couple with pepper spray.

When they arrived they found her “highly intoxicated, kicking and fighting and screaming profanities”, officers said.

But it wasn’t until she had been driven to a detention facility in Idaho that police realised she had gnawed though the upholstery and foam cushioning of the back seat of a patrol vehicle.

She is now expected to enter a plea in coming days to a charge of malicious injury to property and could face up to five years behind bars if convicted of a felony charge linked to the damage.

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