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A DEEP CREEK WOMAN IS BEHIND BARS AFTER TRYING TO BREAK OUT OF JAIL AS SHE WAS BEING BOOKED THURSDAY AFTERNOON.  CHARLOTTE COUNTY DEPUTIES SAY 20 YEAR OLD JOURDAN MILLER WAS BEING BOOKED INTO THE JAIL AROUND 4:30 THURSDAY AFTERNOON FOR BATTERY ON HER MOTHER WHEN SHE BEGAN TO WALK AROUND THE INTAKE AREA OF THE JAIL.  AN EMPLOYEE TOLD HER TO STAY WHERE SHE WAS, BUT INSTEAD MILLER JUMPED OVER A DESK.  SHE THEN COULDN’T FIND A WAY OUT, SO SHE LOCKED HERSELF IN A BATHROOM.  DEPUTIES TOLD MILLER TO COME OUT, BUT SHE REFUSED.  THAT’S WHEN A DEPUTY USED A KEY TO OPEN THE DOOR.  ONCE INSIDE, MILLER SPRAYED A DEPUTY DIRECTLY INTO THE EYES WITH A CAN OF DISINFECTANT SPRAY, INJURING THEM.  AS OTHER DEPUTIES ENTERED AND TOOK THE SPRAY CAN, MILLER KICKED AND RESISTED, SO DEPUTIES THEN USED A TASER TO SUBDUE HER.  SHE WAS THEN HANDCUFFED AND CONTROLLED FROM THERE.  MILLER WAS CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED ESCAPE, BATTERY ON A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, AND RESISTING WITH VIOLENCE.  SHE REMAINS IN JAIL.