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Schenectady woman allegedly bit, scratched officers

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Police responding to a woman threatening Child Protective Services workers were attacked themselves Thursday afternoon, suffering bites and scratches, authorities said. Rachel E. Taylor, 30, of Victory Avenue, faces two counts of second-degree assault, felonies, as well as misdemeanor resisting arrest and menacing counts. Taylor is accused of scratching Officer Bradley Carlton in the face, causing deep cuts, according to papers filed in court. She is also accused of biting Officer Aaron Lang in the ...


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wmarincic
May 31, 2014
7:02 a.m.

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The fact that she disfigured a police officers face should cost her the removal of her children and a lengthy prison term. Don't drop the soap.

RETDKC
June 6, 2014
10:41 a.m.

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Nobody knows of the actual situation to make any type of comment. CPS is NOT always right nor is our corrupted Schenectady Police Department. This is society's problem, making judgement without all the facts.

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