An angry woman had to be wrestled to the ground by Roseburg officers as she was being arrested at a state office, police said. Roseburg police were called to a disturbance at the Human Services Department, 1937 W. Harvard Ave., shortly after noon Thursday. Police say a 24-year-old Sutherlin woman became angry about child visitation issues and began making threats to stab and kill state workers and tear down the building. Police say the woman returned three times and was told each time to leave. The person who reported the disturbance told authorities the woman did not appear intoxicated but …
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