San Pierre Woman Arrested Following Battery Incident

Pulaski County officers were called to a Medaryville residence Saturday night in reference to a fight.

Stacy Conley, 26, of Medaryville told police that she and her sister had gotten into an argument because she would not provide her sister with a clean urine sample for a drug test. Her sister, 25-year-old Kimberly Wireman of San Pierre, reportedly became upset and started screaming at her. Conley stated that her sister was going to borrow her car and when she went out to the vehicle, Wireman was already in the driver’s seat and Conley took the keys out of the ignition. Wireman then reportedly grabbed Conley’s hair and began to hit her while dragging her into the van. Police saw that Conley had been hit in the face. Conley stated that she probably struck Wireman in the face as she was being pulled into the van.

Police interviewed other witnesses to the incident and at that time, Wireman allegedly yelled at everyone stating that she was going to kill everyone. The officer attempted to restrain Wireman by putting her into wrist restraints but she resisted. She was eventually taken into custody and placed in the back seat of the officer’s vehicle where she continued to yell.

The officer searched Wireman’s purse which reportedly contained two prescription bottles for pain medication. The prescription information showed that the bottles were refilled two days prior to this incident and almost all of the medication was gone.

Wireman was taken to Pulaski Memorial Hospital to be checked out due to her injuries and she sustained a broken nose. She was then taken to the Pulaski County Jail on preliminary charges of Disorderly Conduct and Battery. Additional charges of Resisting Law Enforcement and Public Intoxication are pending with the Pulaski County Prosecutor’s Office.