A police officer was injured Thursday while charging a woman with multiple offenses.
Police found Chane Devon Boxley, 22, after responding to call about an auto break-in in progress around 8:45 a.m. at Hammond Street, spokeswoman Kammie Michael said. The officers reported that Boxley bit an officer on the arm and stuck her fingers in his eye, and attempted to run from them.
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They charged Boxley, of 682 Dowd St., Apt. B, in Durham with assault inflicting serious injury on a law enforcement officer; breaking and entering to a vehicle; felony possession of heroin; resisting, delaying and obstructing a public officer; and carrying a concealed weapon.
Police reported finding a handgun and heroin during the arrest.
Boxley was being held under $75,000 secured bond in the Durham County Detention Center.