Sacramento Woman’s Alleged Stop Smoking Plan: Slap a Deputy
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A woman’s plan to stop smoking involved allegedly slapping a Sacramento County deputy.
Deputy Matt Campoy says it came out of nowhere as he left his shift at the Sacramento County Jail. A woman purposely blocking his way.
“All of a sudden, she stepped into me and slapped me in the face,” he said.
That woman, 31-year-old Etta Lopez, was immediately arrested. But it turns out she had a plan: Allegedly slap a cop, kick a habit.
“She told us that she needed to quit smoking,” Campoy said.