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Summerfield woman arrested at sheriff’s office in The Villages after alleged attack

Kimberly Ann Harris
Kimberly Ann Harris

A Summerfield woman sought after an alleged attack was arrested at the Marion County Sheriff’s Office in The Villages.

Kimberly Ann Harris, 20, was taken into custody at the sheriff’s office at Mulberry Grove on a felony charge of assault following an altercation that took place early Friday morning in the 9700 block of SE 163rd Street in Summerfield.

The New York native forced entry to the residence through a window, according to an arrest report from the sheriff’s office. Harris reached through the window and struck another woman inside the residence. When the deputy arrived at the home to investigate the incident, he found “the retractable blinds to be tattered” and a window screen had been pulled off. In addition, an air conditioning unit cover next to the window appeared to be damaged “as if someone stood on it,” the report said.

She was booked at the Marion County Jail and released after posting $25,000 bond.

In 2019, Harris had been arrested after throwing a clay frog figurine at a woman who called her an “unfit parent and childish.”

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