Warren woman charged after police say she became aggressive

Tamika Berry of Warren is charged with inducing panic, assault and resisting arrest.

WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – A Warren woman is out of jail after police say she was involved in a physical altercation at Job and Family Services on Monday.

Tamika Berry, 36, is charged with inducing panic, assault and resisting arrest.

A police report says that Berry and another woman got into a verbal altercation that turned physical in the lobby of the building.

Officers say Berry stood up and walked out of the building after she was asked to sit.

When they tried to handcuff her, police say she became aggressive with them, even kicking an officer.

According to the report, witnesses told investigators Berry also threatened to shoot everyone in the building.

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