Barnette said Hutchinson told her he didn't believe in self-defense, turned her around and handcuffed her.
"I started crying," Barnette said. "I said, 'I called you guys; how am I going to jail? I want to press charges.'"
Barnette is charged with misdemeanor battery. According to the criminal complaint by Roop, the official arresting officer, police on the scene heard conflicting stories from witnesses and both Barnette and the 17-year-old admitted to fighting and had physical signs of violence on their faces.
Chesapeake Police Chief Jack Ice said a juvenile petition was obtained for the 17-year-old on Thursday.
"Everyone will be brought in for a hearing," he said. "It's sure to all come to a head in court.
Once at the Chesapeake police station, Barnette said, Hutchinson told her to shut up.
"So I just shut up, knowing the history Officer Hutchinson had," she said. "I didn't tell them about being woozy and dizzy from all the head blows.
Barnette said Roop took her to the South Central Regional Jail.
She said she received medical attention at the jail, and Magistrate Tim Halloran released her on a $1,000 personal-recognizance bond.
"They didn't put me back in a cell because I was so injured," Barnette said. "I kept throwing up."
Barnette said she was taken by ambulance from the jail to CAMC General Hospital, where she was diagnosed with a concussion.
A source familiar with the situation confirmed that Barnette was arraigned quickly Sunday and then taken to CAMC General.
Kristina Griggs said she met Barnette at CAMC General.
"By then, she's throwing up, weak, dizzy," Griggs said. "She's got a black eye and a knot on her head."
Ice defended the actions of his officers. Hutchinson wasn't even the arresting officer, he said.
"He's had exemplary conduct since he's been here," Ice said. "I've not had one complaint on Officer Hutchinson since he's been here."
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