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Woman who was playing poker in hotel while having meth in her bra threw KFC chicken in face of police officer

By Mason White 4:52 PM May 2, 2017
Tammie Denise Peters
Tammie Denise Peters
By: Emily Lewis

The mother of a young girl is accused of several serious assaulted over the past several years, according to police in Australia.

Wollongong police said that they have arrested 40-year-old Tammie Denise Peters, after being accused of possessing meth in her bra and throwing chicken at police officers.

Peters was charged with multiple counts of assault and possessing a prohibited drug. She was booked into jail, and is being held without bail after failing to appear in court on outstanding charges.

According to the criminal complaint, Peters is the mother of a 1-year-old girl. While eating chicken at KFC, Peters grabbed a piece and threw it in the direction of 6 police officers.

After it narrowly missed the officers, she picked up the piece of chicken and threw it in an officer’s face. She was arrested at the scene, and booked into jail.

After being released on bail, she never appeared in court. In another incident, she assaulted a man playing a musical instrument at the Wollongong Mall.

The musician suffered a swollen cut lip, soreness to his gums and a chipped tooth. She was arrested and booked into jail.

After being released on bail, she never appeared in court. On Saturday, police learned that Peters was playing poker at the Cabbage Tree Hotel.

Police stormed the hotel and arrested her. She was found to have meth in her bra. During a bail hearing, Peters pleaded to be released in order to take care of her daughter.

She gave her word to return to court.

The judge rejected her pleas, saying that her word was worthless due to the fact that she previously failed to show up in court.

Peters has a long history of violent behavior.

She was accused of deliberately breaking a coffee machine while buying food at a gas station. Her defense attorney blamed her violent outbursts on mixing alcohol and prescription medication, causing her to lose control.