A 20-year-old young woman was tasered and arrested at the Korean War Veterans Parkway in Huguenot on July 6. This happened after she barricaded herself in a car with a box cutter. Silive.
Diana Prokopenko, a resident of Freehold, New Jersey, was stopped on the side of a boulevard in Hyundai Genesis near Huguenot Avenue. She threatened police officers at the scene, an NYPD spokesman said. It is not clear why she ended up on the side of the road or what preceded the collision.
The passenger side of the car was eventually opened. And the police tasered Prokopenko before taking her into custody. There were no reports of casualties during the incident.
Traffic was blocked for some time as the authorities responded to the incident.
According to the spokesman, Prokopenko was charged with resisting arrest, threatening, obstructing government administration and possessing weapons.