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Woman charged after cursing at deputies, resisting arrest during eviction

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Stephanie Landrum (Courtesy: Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office) Stephanie Landrum (Courtesy: Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office)

Deputies in Spartanburg County said a woman was arrested after she refused to leave her apartment despite an eviction order, and then fought with deputies who were called to the scene.

Deputies said they were called to a home on Pebblebrook Court on Thursday to assist with an eviction being handled by a property management company and a Spartanburg County constable.

Deputies said the constable showed them a Writ of Ejectment stating that the occupants of the residence was to vacate by Thursday's date.

Deputies said when they met with the occupant, Stephanie Landrum, she became highly aggressive, belligerent and cursed at officers even after they asked her to stop many times.

Deputies said they struggled to get handcuffs on Landrum and had to call for backup to apply leg irons to keep her from kicking and thrashing inside the patrol car.

Landrum was taken to the detention center, where, according to arrest reports, she advised deputies that they would have to shoot her before they got her out of the patrol car.

When they finally got Landrum out of the patrol car, deputies said she was placed into a holding cell because of her aggressive behavior, where she proceeded to try and break the glass on the door and also flooded her cell by flushing the toilet multiple times.

Landrum was charged with public disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

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