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A Roosevelt Woman Gets Arrested, Gets free of Handcuffs, And kicks Officers Truck Camera.

Updated: Nov 24, 2022

Posted by Travis Uresk | Nov. 23rd, 2022 | Domestic Violence |

By Travis Uresk


Roosevelt, Ut.- On 11/21/22, At around 12:30 pm, Officer Bulow received a disorderly conduct call on South State Street in Roosevelt, Ut.

While the Officer was en route, he was on the phone with the complainant, and he stated Sara Alisha Burnett was still there and she had calmed down, at least for now.

When Officer Bulow arrived and approached the front door, he met the caller near the bottom of a short flight of stairs. The man pointed through a doorway from the bottom of the stairs. The Officer entered the doorway, where he found Sara sitting on the bed.

Officer Bulow spoke to Sara and asked her if she knew she had two active warrants for her arrest. Sara answered that she did know that, and Officer Bulow immediately told her she was going with him and was under arrest. He took her into custody and handcuffed her hands behind her back.

Sara was also told that he was there because she was breaking and throwing stuff around the home. Officer Bulow did notice some broken items near the bottom of the stairs, including a broken shelf.

Sara was escorted to the Officers Patrol truck, where she hesitated to get inside. He eventually had to assist her in getting inside his Patrol truck. Once Sara was finally secured in the Police truck, Officer Bulow went to speak with the male caller.

The Officer asked the male what he wanted to happen with Sara; he expressed concern for her but eventually said that she needed to learn her lesson.

Officer Bulow told the male caller with him calling dispatch and Sara throwing things at him, and she could be charged with assault. Again, the man expressed concern over her breaking several items in the home. The Officer told him Sara could also be charged with criminal mischief for the property destruction. The man decided to pursue these charges, once again saying that she needed to learn a lesson.

After leaving the home and en route to jail, Sara was able to get one hand free from her handcuffs and began thrashing around in the back seat. She kicked the camera that helped the Officer observe the person sitting in the caged area of his Patrol truck. Sara was able to break the camera off its mounting location and bend the bracket and screws that secure the camera to the mount. The camera was dangling by the wires upon arrival at the jail.

32-year-old Sara Alisha Burnett was transported to the Duchesne County Jail and booked for Domestic Violence Assault, a class B misdemeanor, Criminal Mischief, a class B misdemeanor, and destruction of jail property for the camera she broke in the patrol truck, a 3rd-degree felony. She was also booked on a no-bail warrant out of 8th District Duchesne Court and another no-bail warrant out of 8th District Duchesne Court.


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