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Chickasha Teacher's Bad Behavior Against Officer Caught On Camera

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Police said this started when Mellissa Periman went to someone's house and rammed her SUV into a car and crashed it into the house. Police said this started when Mellissa Periman went to someone's house and rammed her SUV into a car and crashed it into the house.
CHICKASHA, Oklahoma -

Kicking, spitting and ramming another car. A Chickasha woman's bad behavior against an officer is caught on tape, and up until just a few months ago, she was listed as a teacher at Pioneer Elementary.

Police said this started when Mellissa Periman went to someone's house and rammed her SUV into a car and crashed it into the house. She then took off, but it wasn't hard for police to spot her.

It was about two in the morning, and police were on the lookout for her white suburban after they got a call Periman had left the scene of accident. Right about the time the officer gets behind her, the bumper falls off her vehicle, and the officer pulls Periman over.

Periman denied leaving the scene of an accident. Court records state Periman showed up to a house and rammed her suburban into a car that was parked in the driveway, causing the car to collide into the house. You can still see pieces of a vehicle piled next to the bent up garage door.

Records also state the officer could smell alcohol on Periman, and he also found beer in her vehicle.

Several times the officer attempted to give Periman a field sobriety test, but she wasn't able to follow directions and eventually refused the test. She was arrested and put into the back of a police car and began hitting her knee against the door. Periman then began to spit all over the backseat of the squad car.

“You don't get to search my car, you stupid motherf*****,” she said.

Periman was charged with several crimes including DUI.

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