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Baxter Woman Accused of Breaking Officer’s Ankle

BAXTER (AP) – A woman in Crow Wing County is accused of breaking a police officer’s ankle as she struggled against her arrest.

Forty-four-year-old Jennifer Burnos, of Baxter, is charged with obstruction.

Burnos is being held in the Crow Wing County Jail on $75,000 bond without conditions. Baxter police say five officers responded to a call at a home Jan. 8 and were talking to Burnos when they discovered she had a warrant for her arrest in Hubbard County.

Police say Burnos was taken to the ground kicking and screaming and broke the ankle of Officer Joe Sundgaard.

Burnos is scheduled for a hearing Feb. 13.

(Copyright 2013 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved)

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