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Police: Woman flashes truckers, slips out of handcuffs, kicks officer

Lisa Marie McDaniels. Photo Source: Gaston County Jail Lisa Marie McDaniels. Photo Source: Gaston County Jail

GASTONIA, NC (WBTV) - Police have arrested a Gastonia woman who they say was flashing truckers for the purpose of soliciting sex and later assaulted an officer at the jail.

The incident happened at the Waffle House on Bessemer City Road early Wednesday morning.

According to the arrest citation, several truck drivers reported that Lisa Marie McDaniels, 30, offered them "her services and was pulling up her dress trying to offer herself to them."

She was arrested by a Gastonia Police officer and placed into the back of a patrol car. 

Officer J.R. Ewers said McDaniels managed to slip out of her handcuffs. She was removed from the car and Ewers placed handcuffs on her again.

While she was being booked at the Gaston County Jail, police say she kicked an officer in the abdomen. 

McDaniels has been charged with prostitution, resisting an officer, and assault on a government official.  She was given a $5,000 bond and is being held at the Gaston County Jail.   

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