COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio --
A woman was arrested Saturday after police said she stabbed a police officer with a key.
Officers in Colerain Township stopped Kelli Herlinger on suspicion of driving a stolen vehicle, according to court documents.
During her arrest, officers said Herlinger stabbed one in the right hand with a key. She's also accused of kicking a second officer in her left knee.
Officer said they found a hunting knife on Herlinger, which was concealed under her clothing on her belt.
Herlinger is charged with two counts of assault, resisting arrest, carrying a concealed weapon and unauthorized use of a vehicle.
Herlinger was arraigned Monday morning and given $37,000 bond.
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