SMYRNA, Ga. -- A Florida woman was arrested and accused of attacking a suburban Atlanta police officer with a plate of chicken wings and a 2-liter bottle, police said.
Beverly Anne Campbell (no relation), 61, of St. Petersburg, Fla., was arrested on charges of misdemeanor battery and felony assault on a police officer, according to a Smyrna police arrest warrant.
She was also arrested on a misdemeanor charge of inciting a riot, the warrant said.
The incident happened Friday during a function at the Smyrna Community Center, said Capt. Keith Zgnoc, a police spokesman.
Officer W. D. Nesbit stopped a driver leaving the event who was traveling the wrong way on a one-way street.
But Campbell apparently objected to the traffic stop and attempted to turn the crowd against the officer, according to the warrant.
She allegedly threw the plate of chicken wings at Nesbit, hit him with the Coke bottle in the neck and then punched him in the face, "several times, leaving visible injuries," according to the warrant.
Another partygoer, Darius Campbell (also not related), was arrested on felony obstruction and misdemeanor counts of battery and inciting a riot.
The car driver, Brian Cedric Campbell (that's it, these people must change their names, they're too stupid to be in my clan), was arrested on charges of aggravated assault on an officer and obstruction and misdemeanor counts of inciting a riot, disobeying a traffic control device and refusing a DUI test.
Smyrna is about 12 miles northwest of Atlanta.