EXCLUSIVE: Woman charged with assaulting nine police officers and threatening another in Grays
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A WOMAN has been charged with assaulting nine different police officers.
Elizabeth Cook, 28, from Godman Road, Grays, Essex, is accused of five counts of assaulting an emergency worker on March 27 this year.
On that date she is said to have assaulted five female police officers in Grays.
She faces a further charge of assaulting a police man on March 2 in Grays.
Cook also is charged with assaulting two other female police officers, Marissa Adams and Aimee Irvive, and a male colleague, Adam Walker, on April 2, also in Grays.
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The same day she is said to have also assaulted a member of the public Harry Redden and made threats to PC Patrick Wilks.
Cook is also accused of threatening behaviour the following day in Basildon Hospital.
A final charge she faces is that on March 23 in Grays she stole clothing and a suitcase worth £1,362 from House of Fraser at lakeside Shopping Centre.
Cook denied all the charges at Basildon Magistrates Court yesterday and was remanded in custody until next month.