Tiffany N. Webster, 30, of Bartlett.

A 30-year-old woman was arrested after she allegedly bit her boyfriend and damaged two of his TVs before kicking two police officers who tried arresting her in Cary.

Tiffany N. Webster, 30, of the 1300 block of Northgate Drive in Bartlett, was charged with aggravated battery on a peace officer, two counts of criminal damage to property, resisting a peace officer, two counts of domestic battery and violation of bail bond.

The Cary Police Department responded around 2 a.m. Friday to an apartment in the 1-100 block of East Main Street in Cary.

Webster was out on bond following a previous arrest in April for domestic battery.

Officers were called after Webster was in violation of her bond conditions after she entered her boyfriend’s residence and committed further acts of domestic battery, according to a criminal complaint filed in McHenry County court.

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The complaint alleges that Webster damaged her boyfriend’s Samsung flat-screen TV and Phillips flat-screen TV in his residence.

She also allegedly bit the man on his left arm, leaving teeth marks and bruising.

When officers tried to arrest Webster, she resisted and kicked two of the officers in their legs, according to the complaint.

A McHenry County judge set Webster’s bond at $50,000. She will need to post $10,000 cash in order to be released from the McHenry County jail.

A hearing to set the date for a preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday.