A Coalton woman is facing several assault charges after two incidents over the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, May 16-17, which involved both a corrections officer and a hospital security officer.

On Saturday, May 16, Jackson County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a disturbance call at 6128 Sour Run Road. A female, later identified as 21-year-old Coalton resident Jordan C. Lane, was detained a short distance from the residence. Deputies report that Lane appeared to be under the influence of unknown narcotics.

While she was being detained and searched, deputies located two hypodermic syringes in her purse, which were seized.

The reported victims, Edward and Leslie Israel, as well as several witnesses told deputies that the Israels were spending time outdoors with neighbors, when Lane arrived on the property. According to witnesses, Lane confronted the group because she believed they were saying things about her. According to the Israels, they ordered Lane off of their property, and that is when Lane allegedly struck Leslie in the jaw. Edward then intervened and was allegedly struck by Lane in the right side of the face and scratched on the arm.

Lane was arrested and taken to the Jackson County Sheriff's Office. Deputies contacted probation officials and Municipal Court Judge Mark Musick, which resulted in Lane's bond being revoked from another matter.

After her bond was revoked, Lane was charged with possessing drug abuse instruments, criminal trespassing, and two counts of assault from the Saturday night incident.

Then on Sunday, May 17, following a medical well-being check at Holzer Medical Center-Jackson, deputies responded to assist a female Jackson County corrections officer and a Holzer security officer, when Lane reportedly became disorderly.

The corrections officer reports Lane spit on her, and that an altercation ensued where the Holzer security officer said he was bitten by Lane. Lane was held on the ground, continuing to be disorderly until deputies arrived. Lane returned to the Jackson County Correctional Facility without further incident.

Adding to her list of charges are a fifth-degree felony charge of assault on a corrections officer, and a first-degree misdemeanor charge of assault, for the altercation with the Holzer security officer.

Lane remains in custody.