Angel Adams, 39, said two Tampa police officers, a male and a female, forced their way into her home while chasing one of her sons for allegedly throwing rocks at another home in the neighborhood, Tampa Bay Online reported Friday.
"I told officers, 'Don't come in my house. You don't have a search warrant," she said.
However, she said the officers still came inside and one of them shoved her, leading to a struggle with her 21-year-old daughter. She said the female officer chased her into her bedroom and threw her down on her bed before the male officer used the stun gun on her back.
Tampa police spokeswoman Andrea Davis said the female officer "was at the door, went in to talk to the kid, and at that point, he physically punched the officer, so at that point now we have a struggle. While (the male officer) was struggling with that kid, the pregnant suspect and her daughter were fighting with (the female) officer."
"Her (Adams) actions, that's what determined these results," Davis said, "and it's incredibly concerning that someone would put themselves and their unborn child at risk."
Adams and her daughter, also named Angel Adams, were arrested and charged with battery on a law enforcement officer. The elder Adams was released on $2,500 bail, and her daughter posted $1,000 bail.
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