BOARDMAN TWP., Ohio - An woman with some unique facial tattoos is once again in a lot of trouble following another arrest in Ohio.

Alyssa Zebrasky, 27, is now facing theft and multiple drug-related charges, WKYC reports.

Police told CBS affiliate WKBN that Zebrasky attempted tried to shoplift from a Walmart store. Officers confronted her, and police say a search of the woman's purse uncovered a hypodermic needle and baggies containing what Zabrasky admitted was methamphetamine.

Zebrasky was also wanted on a warrant for failing to appear in court on a previous obstructing justice charge. That charge was related to an arrest last month where she and another man led officers on a chase. Police say Zebrasky refused to cooperate with officers, telling them, “I am not moving. You're going to have to get me.”

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After a few minutes, police say Zebrasky began to approach an officer claiming that she had a knife, asking him what he was going to do about it.

Police say Zebrasky began to kick and pull away as they handcuffed her.

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