Milwaukee Woman Charged With Running From Dodge County Deputies

(Beaver Dam) Cash bond was set at $5,000 dollars Monday for a Milwaukee woman accused of resisting arrest in the town of Clyman. Tasheana Williams-Sonny made her initial appearance in a Dodge County courtroom on charges of felony Resisting an Officer and Bail Jumping as well as misdemeanor charges of Battery and Obstruction. On Saturday, a Dodge County deputy was dispatched to an EMS call on County Road J near Wellman Road following reports of a female who was having a seizure and had difficulty breathing. The victim reportedly told authorities that she was hit multiple times in the head and face by Williams-Sonny. When confronted, Williams-Sonny allegedly told deputies her name was (quote) “Korea, like the country.” Law enforcement was later able to positively identify Williams-Sonny though her tattoos and learned that she had two warrants from Milwaukee. According the criminal complaint, when Williams-Sonny was being arrested she pulled away from the deputies and managed to reach a nearby cornfield before stumbling three rows in. During the brief chase a deputy suffered minor injuries to his elbow and knee. If convicted, the 18-year-old faces roughly 14 years in prison.