By LeaAnne Klentzman
A traffic stop in Sienna Plantation turns ugly.
Shortly after midnight on the morning of May 16, 2012 a Sheriff’s deputy stopped a woman in the Sienna Plantation neighborhood for a traffic violation. According to authorities the Fort Bend deputy sheriff stopped Hareem Hasan, 26, at 12:11 a.m. Wednesday morning. Reportedly the deputy saw Hasan’s vehicle speeding on Scanlan Trace. He attempted to stop her, but did not stop until she pulled into a driveway in the 2200 block of Dali Lane.
Once parked in the driveway, she attempted to go to the house like there was no one around. When the deputy caught up with Hasan, she began to swing and struggle. When the first deputy’s backup arrived, they were able to get Hasan handcuffed and into custody without injuring her.
Although handcuffed, Hasan was reportedly still struggling. In her attempts to get away from the original deputy she hit him several times and used her keys to stab him in the arm several times. Hasan’s struggles did not quit until the deputies threatened to use the TASER on her.
Hasan was charged with assault of a public servant, evading arrest and detention and criminal mischief in Missouri City. The injuries to the deputy were not life threatening and did not require hospitalization.