Woman intentionally urinates on police station floor

Police station headquarters 
By: David Ross 

A woman became very angry after she was arrested by police.

The woman threatened to kill a police officer and his family, and then intentionally urinated on the floor of the police station, according to a police report.

Alvita Wilson-Willis, 51, listed as homeless in the police report, was charged with making terroristic threats, indecent exposure, open lewdness and disorderly conduct after the incident, which began at 1:00 p.m., in front of the Towne Tower apartment building, located at 434 Franklin Avenue, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, police said.

The officers, in response to a complaint, found Wilson-Willis in the parking lot of the apartment building, shouting insults and threatening to assault people.

After being arrested, she began to threaten the police and scream profanities, police said. She told one of the officers that she will kill his entire family and she knew where his wife worked.

Willis pulled down her dress, exposed herself and urinated on the floor, police said.

Willis is currently held in the Beaver County Jail, according to online reports.

Willis is still awaiting a preliminary hearing on charges stemming from an incident in November 2011, in which Aliquippa police said she attracted five children, aged 4 to 10, into her apartment and kept them there for two hours.

The children were eventually able to run away from the apartment, police said. She faces charges of enticing a child, unlawful restraint and false imprisonment, in that case.