Officers: Woman fights with police after car chase

ROSEBURG, Ore. -- A Roseburg woman was arrested over the weekend, after police say she fought with them after refusing to stop her vehicle in downtown Roseburg.

Roseburg police say that at about 3:00 pm on Sunday, they received a report of a green Honda that was driving the wrong way and blowing through stop signs in the area of Lane Street.

When officers found the vehicle heading westbound on Lane, they say they tried to stop the female driver, but she continued driving.

The woman, later identified as Kaighley Danielle Stocks, 22, eventually stopped in the 1200 block of Main Street.

Authorities say that Stocks refused to get out of the car, and would not comply with officer's commands, even though they had her at gunpoint.

Officials say they had to physically remove her from the car, and that's when they say she started fighting with them, kicking officers and refusing to be taken into custody.

Officers say after the brief struggle, she was detained.

Stocks was found to be driving under the influence of a controlled substance, police said.

She was lodged in the Douglas County Jail on charges of felony attempting to elude, resisting arrest and DUII, among other charges.