NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A woman was arrested and charged with assault after allegedly attacking multiple people and hiding in the Secret Service office in Nashville.
The incident began on Wednesday in the 200 block of Rosa L. Parks Boulevard.
Reports stated Jacquelyn M. Fuller allegedly assaulted a woman in a parking lot. The woman was bleeding from the left side of her head.
The victim said she had left work and confronted Fuller who was reportedly vandalizing parking signs for Wounded Warrior, the Branstetter, Stranch and Jennings law firm, and the Secret Service.
Reports stated Fuller hit the victim in the face multiple times before fleeing.
As emergency responders were helping the victim, two U.S. Secret Service agents called officials about a woman assaulting them. The suspect was identified as Fuller.
Fuller allegedly tried to start problems inside the Secret Service office and then hid in that building.
Reports stated Fuller had been arrested in the past for trespassing and had no reason to be there.
Agents found Fuller hiding behind a door, which was when she attacked one of the agents, punching him in the nose which caused it to bleed.
As agents struggled to handcuff Fuller, another agent was injured causing his left hand to bleed.
Fuller was taken into custody on multiple charges, including assault of an officer and disorderly conduct.