A Kings County sheriff's deputy and a Hanford police officer used their electric stun guns to subdue a woman during an eviction.
The incident took place about 10:20 a.m. Wednesday in the 800 block of Jana Way in Hanford, where the 49-year-old woman barricaded herself in a room.
Deputies asked her to leave but she yelled profanities and was verbally hostile, the sheriff's department said.
The woman threw a 1-foot metal section of a car security club at an officer and almost hit him, then grabbed a large serrated knife and started coming toward deputies. A deputy and a Hanford police officer simultaneously fired their Tasers and then arrested her.
After being taken to the hospital, she was booked into the Kings County Jail to face charges of resisting arrest, assault on a police officer and violating a court order.