Woman Allegedly Attacks Officer At Fremont Home With 50 Cats

FREMONT (CBS SF) – A 77-year-old Hayward woman was arrested on suspicion of trespassing and punching an officer Tuesday at a red-tagged home in Fremont, according to police.

Animal services officers were at the woman’s home in the 38000 block of Hastings Street to deal with more than 50 feral cats who live at the residence, according to police.

The suspect was trespassing at the home, which had been red-tagged by code enforcement officers. She allegedly punched one of the officers at the scene.

They arrested her on suspicion of trespassing, battery on a police officer and resisting arrest.

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One Comment

  1. Nothing to see here, just a crazy cat lady. Move along.

  2. tn says:

    Trying to imagine how crazy cat lady’s house must smell (and look)…

  3. tn says:

    More appropriate article title is: Feral Female Allegedly Attacks Officer At Fremont Home Of 50 Cats.

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