Tammy Dawn Clement
Tammy Dawn Clement (submitted)

A Dover woman is accused of not only trying to crawl through a fast food restaurant's drive-thru window and urinating in its parking lot, but also of resisting arrest when police officers caught up with her early Sunday morning.

A manager of the McDonald's at 3141 Carlisle Road in Dover Township told Northern York County Regional Police that the woman, later identified as Tammy Dawn Clement, had been in a blue SUV but got out about 12:10 a.m., according to her charging documents.

It was then that the manager saw Clement, of 6 N. Main St., try to crawl through the drive-thru window, documents state.

Somehow thwarted in her attempts, Clement then allegedly urinated in the parking lot, the documents state.

After the public urination, the 30-year-old woman ran across the road to Royal Farms, 3121 Carlisle Road, documents state.

Found in the bathroom: Responding officers heard loud banging coming from the women's bathroom of the convenience store and, after sending a female employee in to check on Clement, also went in.

It was there they found Clement, who had a strong odor of alcohol, leaning against a sink with her head down, documents says.

When the officers attempted to arrest Clement, she pulled away and called the officers "Northern Regional pigs," documents state.

Despite being in cuffs, Clement continued to scream and spit at the officers and banged her head against the inside of a police car. Officers had to put a mask over Clement's face to keep her from spitting at officers, documents state.

Medication: At the county's central booking unit Clement told officers she hadn't taken medication for seizures. On the way to Memorial Hospital, Clement told officers she could have a seizure without medication and began to hyperventilate, documents state.

A medical test revealed Clement had not suffered a seizure and she was given medication and the all clear by medical staff to be taken back to central booking, documents state.

Back at central booking, Clement was arraigned on charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct and was cited with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness, documents state.

She was released on $5,000 bail, according to the York County Sheriff's Office.

It's not known if she has retained an attorney.

— Reach Greg Gross at ggross@yorkdispatch.com.