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City woman ‘moons’ deputies after arrest for disturbance

A 30-year-old Buffalo woman allegedly mooned Erie County sheriff’s deputies and tried to damage a patrol car after being taken into custody at the Rath County Office Building on Monday.

The deputies were called to third-floor offices where she was allegedly yelling obscenities at county workers and creating a disturbance.

Kathy Lambert, who allegedly gave a fake name to Deputies Michael Sluberski, Justin Bauer and Adam Day, was quickly subdued and handcuffed as she tried to get away from the deputies, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

After confirming her real name through government records, Lambert was found to be the subject of an existing Buffalo City Court bench warrant from an earlier case. As she was being placed into the patrol car outside the Franklin Street building, she tried to damage the rear-seat cage and began mooning the deputies and passersby.

She faces Buffalo City Court proceedings on resisting arrest, false personation, obstructing governmental administration and disorderly conduct.

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