ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A woman already in trouble with the law tried to get away by getting fresh with a police officer, but it's not what you think.
Jaclyn Williams appeared in Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court Saturday charged with burglary and battery on a peace officer.
Police allege both crimes happened on Thursday.
According to a criminal complaint Williams was caught shoplifting at an Albuquerque Walmart.
At the mall police substation officers allowed her to go to the bathroom. Police say that's where she picked up her weapon of choice, a can of air freshener.
A complaint alleges Williams sprayed it at an officer in an attempt to escape.
The new charges and some pending cases made it quite confusing in court.
"I'm going to go ahead and find probable cause on the new one," Metro Court Judge Daniel Ramczyk said. "This one involves the aerosol can, just so you know which one we are dealing with."
The complaint states Williams has shoplifted at a Walmart before, which ups her recent shoplifting charges to commercial burglary.
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