A Mesa woman greeted police officers in the nude and holding a beer after allegedly vandalizing her boyfriend's car with a dog leash, court records state.
Police were called to a home near Guadalupe and Alma School roads Sunday afternoon because a woman was reportedly throwing items at a vehicle, damaging the car and its windshield, records showed.
When officers arrived at the scene, the woman's boyfriend flagged them down.
The damaged vehicle belonged to him, and police said he appeared to be distraught as he said, "Look what she did to my car."
Both the front windshield and the back window were described as "completely smashed," causing about $1,000 in damage.
The victim waited outside as officers went up to the house to contact the woman. When she answered the door, she was naked and holding a beer, according to records. She told officers she had been skinny dipping.
The woman, identified as Chandra Reed, 23, was asked to put on clothes before being questioned outside, police said.
Police reported Reed appeared to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol and was "belligerent" to officers, calling them "pigs" and refusing to answer questions.
Officers attempted to place Reed in handcuffs, but before they could she allegedly threw her head back and struck an officer in the chest, causing him to stumble. She apparently continued to say expletives throughout the struggle to secure the handcuffs.
Reed denied damaging the victim's car, but the victim had taken pictures on his cell phone of her swinging a dog leash into the windshield.
Reed was arrested on aggravated assault and criminal damage charges.