Judge Lirio González Bernard granted a $ 30,000 bond to a tourist accused of assaulting two police officers at the Luis Muñoz Marín Airport hotel in Isla Verde.
Louise Antonetti, 51, is charged with two counts of using violence or intimidation against public authorities – and one count of violating the Law for the Safety, Welfare and Protection of Minors since she was with her 11-year-old son year old.
Antonetti was unable to post bail and was booked into prison.
The events for which the Philadelphia tourist was accused date back to yesterday when, according to the news report of the Uniformed Police, the hotel’s security chief called the Police, since the 51-year-old woman was aggressive and had Damaged the hotel.
“When agents Pedro Rodríguez and Jacqueline Ubiñas arrived, they noticed that the 51-year-old woman, identified as Louise Antonetti, was aggressive, breaking things and screaming inside the room, where she was accompanied by her 11-year-old son from age ”, indicated the report of the Uniformed
It was added that, “when trying to control her, the agents were stabbed and bitten by the woman until they could arrest her. The minor, who was in the room, was unharmed from the incident ”.
It was indicated that the agents and the woman are stable.