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CPD: Columbia woman charged with public intoxication

From Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

The Columbia Police Department responded to the area of Public Square and Burksville Street on Tuesday morning, January 23, 2024, after calls of a female walking and behaving erratically.

The female, upon seeing officers, fled on foot from the Sqaure down Jamestown Street. She attempted to enter a local business before officers detained her and placed her in custody.

Brittany Neal, 31, of Columbia has been charged with public intoxication, fleeing and evading 2nd, and assault 3rd degree police officer.

Sgt. Drew Conn was the arresting officer. He was assisted by Officer Adam Cravens.

This story was posted on 2024-01-23 13:09:57
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