(Stillwater) — An Agra woman has been jailed on charges of assaulting two Stillwater police officers, attempting to elude Stillwater police, throwing an object from her moving car and throwing waste on a government employee.
    Theresa Lopez Rosales, 40, was arraigned on the five-count charge Friday with a court-appointed attorney and ordered held on $50,000 bail pending a July 6 court appearance when she can ask for a preliminary hearing.
    Rosales was charged Friday with assaulting Stillwater Police Officer Charles Murphy by driving her Chevrolet Trailblazer into the oncoming lane of traffic, causing the officer  to take evasive action on June 13.
    She was also charged with assaulting Stillwater Police Officer Cody Manuel — who formerly served on the Cushing police force — by driving her vehicle directly at the officer while he was standing on the side of the road, causing him to take evasive action on June 13.
    She was also charged with attempting to elude Stillwater police by running traffic control devices and swerving into oncoming traffic, throwing a black metal object at Murphy’s patrol car from the window of her Trailblazer at 12th Street and Perkins Road, and spitting blood on Murphy, all on June 13.
    If convicted of all counts, Rosales could be given as much as 37 years in prison and a $16,000 fine, according to the charges filed by Payne County Assistant District Attorney Kathy Thomas.