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Police: Malverne Woman Punched Cop in the Face During Intoxication Arrest

The woman faces several charges in the incident, including second degree assault.

Elissa L. Stallkamp. Credit: NCPD
Elissa L. Stallkamp. Credit: NCPD
A Malverne woman was arrested and charged with assault Monday for punching a police officer in the face during an arrest, Nassau County Police said. 

Police said that a female Fourth Precinct officer responded to the Malverne Police Department to assist and search Elissa L. Stallkamp, 36, who was arrested for being intoxicated which violated a Family Court Order, according to police. 

During the search, Stallkamp allegedly punched the officer numerous times in the face causing facial injuries. The officer was transported by a Nassau County Ambulance to a local hospital for treatment and released, according to police. 

Stallkamp is being charged with second degree assault, second degree obstructing governmental administration and second degree criminal contempt.  She will be arraigned on Tuesday, Jan. 07 at the First District Court in Hempstead.
Mark January 08, 2014 at 03:10 AM
HEHEHEE. Thats why they should not have a women do a mans job.
Mocha22 January 08, 2014 at 08:32 AM
Nassau county police department reported this? Did this happen in Malverne? I have noticed that the Malverne Police department does not report to the Patch. Why?
BigEye January 08, 2014 at 10:14 AM
Are you sure she's not from East Rockaway?
Mocha22 January 09, 2014 at 05:32 PM
Then why does 3/4 of our budget go to law enforcement if there is no crime? Someone needs to look into this corrupt system in Malverne. I am not that naive to believe it is our cops keeping crime to 0%.
Tom Grech January 11, 2014 at 08:04 AM
Safest town around; great people, great municipal workers including cops...and one more thing.....we don't like out of town speeders, but we do appreciate the fines you pay when you drive fast on Ocean or Franklin Avenues.

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