At about 4:26 am Tuesday morning, the Turlock Police Department was dispatched to a security check in the 600 block of Geer Road, Turlock, after a female had called to report that a male was harassing her.
As officers were responding to the scene, their dispatcher told them that the phone number that was calling was associated with a female who had five misdemeanor warrants out for her arrest out of Tuolumne County and who was on probation for robbery.
Officers arrived on scene and made contact with a female, later identified as Alisha Gonzalez, 27, of Turlock. Gonzalez was not the female who had the warrants, however, she was related to her and they looked alike, so officers attempted to detain her to investigate.
When officers attempted to detain Gonzalez, she began to resist and a struggle ensued. At least one officer was struck once by Gonzalez during this struggle. Eventually, Gonzalez was able to be detained without further incident.
After Gonzalez was detained, officers determined that she was not her relative with the warrants.
Gonzalez was arrested and booked into the Stanislaus County Public Safety Center on charges of resisting an executive officer with violence, resisting a peace officer, and battery.