A borough woman is in the Somerset County Jail after authorities said she assaulted two deputy sheriffs serving a warrant on her.

Victoria R. Krzysko, 38, was arraigned before District Judge Susan Mankamyer of Boswell on two counts each of aggravated and simple assault, and one of resisting arrest.

She is being housed in jail on $5,000 bond, pending a preliminary hearing tentatively scheduled for Aug. 13 before Mankamyer.

In a court document, state police Trooper Terry Wilson said deputies Dustin Weir and John Loiodisic were serving the bench warrant Tuesday morning when Krzysko answered the door at her home along Community Park Drive.

They said Krzysko identified herself and said she needed to get dressed.

Authorities said Krzysko subsequently said she wasn’t going to go with the deputies and went into her bedroom.

As Weir tried to take Krzysko into custody, she began kicking and hitting him, state police said.

She allegedly continued kicking the deputies when they tried to subdue her.

Weir was treated at Somerset Hospital for minor cuts on his hand and wrist. Loiodisic was not injured.

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