Heather Locklear Arrested After Allegedly Punching a Police Officer and Kicking an EMT
Seven days after Heather Locklear was experienced a mental assessment in the wake of debilitating to shoot herself, the performer was captured for assaulting a cop and an EMT who reacted to an unsettling influence call.
A relative of Locklear’s called 911 on Sunday night while Locklear was “intensely inebriated,” as indicated by TMZ. At the point when police arrived, she supposedly punched an officer endeavoring to isolate her from family. Locklear at that point kicked an EMT who was putting her on a gurney.
Locklear’s name is recorded on the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office police log. Specialists did not quickly restore PEOPLE’s ask for input.
Heather was taken to a healing center and afterward conveyed to imprison, where she was reserved for two checks of offense battery, TMZ reports. The 56-year-old is being hung on $20,000 safeguard.
In a week ago’s episode, specialists on call were dispatched to the Melrose Place alum’s home after a call rolled in from the sheriff’s office for a “self-destructive” individual “who is rough,” as indicated by an occurrence report from the Ventura County Fire Department acquired by PEOPLE. The report demonstrated that the individual had already debilitated to shoot delegates and has a handgun enrolled to her. (She was not furnished amid Sunday’s occurrence.)
At the point when come to by PEOPLE, Capt. Garo Kuredjian of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office couldn’t remark or affirm the specifics of the call, however open records demonstrate that Locklear lives on the square where the occurrence happened.
“At that area we reached a man who had restorative needs, and they were dealt with by the Ventura County Fire Department, and they were later transported to a nearby clinic,” he said. “There was no criminal action. The individual was not captured.”
A rep for Locklear did not react to PEOPLE’s ask for input.
In late February, Locklear was captured on doubt of lawful offense local battery and three tallies of battery on a cop. Police later scanned her home for a gun that was professedly enlisted in her name.
Capt. Kuredjian told PEOPLE after the February episode that Locklear’s charged dangers against agents — she verbally debilitated them, saying she would “shoot them on the off chance that they at any point went to her home once more,” as per the Thousand Oaks Police Department — were what provoked the hunt to grab the gun, which criminologists did not discover.