Woman zaps victim in the groin, rips flesh from officer's arm
THIBODAUX - Police arrested a woman early Saturday morning after she attacked a victim with a stun gun and resisted arrest at a motel on North Canal Boulevard.
Police arrived at the motel parking lot around 2 a.m. and found Nadira Tardieff, 37, yelling at someone in a vehicle. Officers tried to calm down Tardieff, but she refused and officers placed her under arrest.
According to Thibodaux Police, Tardieff sunk her nails into the arm of an officer escorting her to a police unit and "ripped flesh" from his arm. Officers were eventually able to put her in the back of the unit.
Tardieff told officers that she purposefully sunk her nails into the officer and that they were lucky that's all she did.
Police later discovered that Tardieff used a stun gun to shock the victim in the groin while she was inside of her motel room.
Police were able to recover a pink stun gun from Tardieff upon her initial arrest.
Tardieff was transported to the Lafourche Parish Detention Center where she is being held on a $21,000 bond.
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