A 28-year-old woman faces seven charges after threatening another woman, giving police a false name and then urinating on the seat when she was placed in the back of a patrol car Saturday evening, Buffalo police reported.
Police said Jenna Antone, of Humphrey Road in Riverside, confronted a 38-year-old woman at Ontario and Skillen streets around 6:30 p.m. Saturday. The victim said Antone implied that she had a gun concealed in her sleeve.
When police arrived at an address on Newfield Street shortly after 7 p.m. to question her, they said Antone lied about her identity to avoid being arrested on an outstanding warrant.
When Antone was placed in the back of patrol car 489, she threatened to urinate on the seat if she was not released, officers said. According to the police report, "after being informed of her charges, defendant did follow thru and did urinate in patrol vehicle."
Antone faces two misdemeanor charges of second-degree menacing for stalking and by implying she had a weapon, two counts of second-degree obstructing governmental administration, and single charges of second-degree criminal impersonation and second-degree harassment, a violation. She was also charged with disorderly conduct by creating a "hazardous or physically offensive condition."
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