A Syracuse woman is facing battery and disorderly conduct charges after allegedly kicking at medical and law enforcement personnel while intoxicated.

Sydney Ann Miller, 27, of 500 N. Lake St., Syracuse, was booked into the Kosciusko County Jail at 9:59 p.m. Saturday for aggravated battery and disorderly conduct. Her preliminary bond was set at $5,000 surety and $250 cash. Her initial hearing was scheduled for 1 p.m. Feb. 21.

Court documents filed Thursday list the charges against her as battery to a public safety official, a level 6 felony; and disorderly conduct, a Class B misdemeanor.

On Saturday, Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office deputy Matthew Holderman responded to a call of an unwanted intoxicated person at a man’s residence.

Holderman and KCSO deputy Todd Eby spoke with the man, who said Miller was intoxicated and destroying things inside his home and he wanted her removed.

Officers attempted to speak with Miller about finding a place to take her because she was no longer welcome at the man’s home. Miller was speaking on the phone and ignored officers.

Officers could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Miller and she was slurring her words to the point where no one could understand what she was saying, court documents state.

Holderman attempted to contact family members to obtain a place to take Miller to.

Miller then jumped off the countertop and fell face first into a door frame. She began bleeding from her nose and face.

Officers contacted medical personnel who attempted to speak with Miller, but she would not answer their questions and kicked toward them.

Miller was taken to Kosciusko Community Hospital, where she attempted to kick Holderman in the face. He blocked the kick, and Miller hit his arms and hands. Miller attempted to bite Holderman twice. She kicked Eby in the stomach.

While strapped to a hospital bed, Miller continued to scream after being told to stop multiple times. She could be heard throughout the emergency room, causing a disruption in the hospital, documents state.