Tianna C. McKinnon, 25, of Harvard.

Police say a woman kicked and resisted officers after they tried stopping her from interfering with an ambulance crew transporting a patient in Harvard.

The Harvard Police Department responded around 12:50 a.m. on September 4 to the 1300 block of Northfield Court in Harvard for a report of a disturbance.

Harvard Police Chief Tyson Bauman said Tianna C. McKinnon, 25, of Harvard, was arrested by officers.

McKinnon repeatedly kicked, pushed and attempted to pull away from officers, Bauman said.

The officers had tried to stop McKinnon from interfering with an ambulance transporting a patient, Bauman said.

McKinnon was charged with aggravated battery, battery and resisting a peace officer.

She was transported to the McHenry County Jail and has since been released.

The most serious charge, aggravated battery to a peace officer, is a Class 2 felony that carries three to seven years in the Illinois Department of Corrections but is also probationable.

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McHenry County Judge Michael Coppedge set bond at $20,000 and McKinnon posted 10% of it.

McKinnon is scheduled to appear in court again on October 3 for a status of preliminary hearing.