Tylina Lynn Imboden, age 33 and a resident of Highway 436, went to jail for her eighth time
The arrest was the result of Deputy Gregorio’s response to a report of a woman committing battery on a man. When Deputy Gregorio arrived at the residence, he observed Imboden’s behavior as she threw a camera at him and the victim. As he began to place handcuffs on Imboden, she pulled away and tried to flee. Deputy Gregorio quickly caught up with her, placed her in handcuffs and transported her to the Washington Parish Jail where she remains with her bond set at $3,000.
Imboden’s visits to the Washington Parish Jail began in March 2010. Various charges over the years include possession with intent to distribute illegal drugs, driving while intoxicated, theft, burglary, criminal mischief, several traffic offenses, and at least five counts of failure to appear in court.
“Anger management and poor judgment seem to be issues with her,” stated Sheriff Randy Seal. “As a young woman, she is carving a treacherous path for herself. Hopefully, someone can intervene and put her on the straight and narrow.”