A 28-year-old Greenfield woman was arrested Monday after police say she assaulted two young girls one with a lamp at a Paso Robles home, according to a news release from the Paso Robles Police Department.
Police arrested Eliana Ramirez after investigating a report by the parents of two girls, ages 10 and 11. Ramirez reportedly didnt know the girls or their parents but did know the homeowner through a work relationship and was visiting after a day of wine tasting, police said. She was reportedly intoxicated at the time of the incident.
The parents and children, whose names were not disclosed, told police that the woman allegedly restrained, threatened and assaulted the girls in a bedroom where the youngsters were playing during a social gathering, police said.
Ramirez apparently entered the bedroom and began acting strangely and spoke to the girls about sexual assault, police said.
She allegedly broke a bedroom lamp, pushed one of the girls against a wall and used the lamp to simulate a weapon. Ramirez then allegedly demanded that one of the girls disrobe to reveal her (naked body), the news release says.
The girls family reportedly heard the commotion, police say, and forced Ramirez out of the house and then she fled. The girls were uninjured, police said.
Ramirez eventually surrendered to investigators, police said. She was arrested on suspicion of infliction of injury on a child, willful harm to a child, assault with a deadly weapon, false imprisonment and terrorist threats.
She was booked into San Luis Obispo County Jail and is currently free on a $100,000 bond. She is scheduled to be arraigned in San Luis Obispo Superior Court on April 30.