Mahoning Township police have charged Kimberly A. Gensey, 41, a township resident, twice in the same day with persistent disorderly conduct.

The first incident occurred on Oct. 7 at about 1:27 a.m. when police were dispatched to a domestic dispute in the Nis Hollow Estates Mobile Home Park on Lower Nis Hollow Road.

Upon arrival the officer observed two males physically restraining a female, who was combative and out of control. Police said the males were her father and a boyfriend.

The officer took control of the situation and was attempting to interview persons at the home. Gensey allegedly ignored repeated warnings to stop shouting, using profanities and interfering with the investigation being conducted by the officer.

The officer then placed her under arrest for persistent disorderly conduct.

She was placed in a police cruiser and allegedly continued with her unruly actions by striking her head against the windows and partition between the front and back seats. She also reportedly was spitting.

Gensley was returned to her residence after being advised of the charges, and was warned that if police were called back there would be consequences.

At 4:15 a.m. on the same morning, police were dispatched back to the residence for a violent domestic in progress.

As a result of this call, Gensey was arrested again. She was transported to police headquarters and later arraigned before District Justice Bruce Appleton of Palmerton on the charges of persistent disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, harassment and terroristic threats. She was committed to the Carbon County Prison in lieu of $2,000 cash bail.