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Posted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 5:42 pm

A Myrtle Beach area woman remains behind bars following a disturbance that resulted in her kicking to Horry County police officers in the leg, according to police records.

Amanda Lynn Bregoff, 22, of the 100 block of Chanticleer Village Drive, has been charged with two counts of assault on a police officer while resisting arrest and disorderly conduct/public intoxication, according to J. Reuben Long Detention Center booking records.

Bond had not been set as of this posting.

According to a police report, police responded early Tuesday morning to an address in Garden City.

When officers arrived, the observed the suspect standing on an outside balcony of an apartment. She was beating on the glass door with both hands and screaming for the complainant to let her inside.

Police said a glass door separated the suspect from the complainant. When the complainant opened the door for police to enter, the suspect charged at the complainant, the report said.

As police were trying to restrain and handcuff the suspect, she kicked one of the officers in the left leg, just below the knee. She kicked the other officer in the left leg just above the right knee, the report said.

Neither of the officers were injured in the incident.

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