NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A female fugitive wanted in Arizona was arrested in Nashville Thursday morning after she allegedly kicked the officer trying to arrest her.
Police reported Ageuclid Leon-Sanchez, 21, was at the Greyhound bus station at 709 Fifth Avenue South when Greyhound security asked her to leave.
Leon-Sanchez refused and security officers called Metro police asking her to be removed from the property, according to an affidavit.
When officers processed her identification, they found she was a wanted fugitive from Arizona.
As police attempted to arrest her, Leon-Sanchez reportedly slipped out of her handcuffs and kicked an officer in the chest during a struggle.
Police were eventually able to take her into custody.
Leon-Sanchez was booked into the Metro jail, charged with assaulting an officer and is awaiting extradition to Arizona. Her bond is set at $355,000.
In February of this year, Leon-Sanchez was arrested in Arizona while driving a vehicle reported stolen out of Texas.
The Chino Valley Police Department told News 2 she was arrested and booked into jail on unlawful use of a means of transportation, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Leon-Sanchez has since pled guilty and was sentence to 8 days in jail with 3 years of probation.