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Cambridge Woman Charged With Assaulting A Police Officer

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Arrested: Jennifer Davis Arrested: Jennifer Davis

CAMBRIDGE, Md. - A Cambridge woman was arrested, after allegedly trying to run over a Police Officer, and then fleeing.

According to Cambridge Police, they arrived at a home on Pine Street for a reported burglary, where they found Jennifer Davis, who told them that someone had broken into her house. Police say that Davis was very intoxicated, and was belligerent to Police, but they didn't find any evidence of a break in, so they left.

A little while later, Davis apparently drove her car to the Cambridge Police Station, where officers reportedly told her that she couldn't drive, because she was intoxicated. According to the report, Davis didn't listen to officers, she got back into her car, and started to drive away, ignoring officers who were reportedly ordering her to stop.

Police say they chased Davis through town, and into Dorchester County, where she finally stopped, and was arrested. During the arrest, Officers reportedly found marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

She is charged with 2nd degree attempted murder, 2nd degree assault on a police officer, 1st and 2nd degree assault, possession of marijuana, and possession of CDS paraphernalia, along with other related offences. Davis was also charged with numerous traffic charges including negligent and reckless driving.

Police say that DUI charges are pending lab results. She is currently being held at the Dorchester County Detention Center on $250,000 bond.

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