A Jacksonville woman set to be arraigned in North Little Rock District Court was arrested on new charges after she complained the judge was moving too slowly and refused to quiet down, authorities said.
Roxanne Best, 28, was on the arraignment docket Thursday morning on charges of failure to pay and violating probation, court staff said.
Best was asked to wait in the hallway with her baby, but she instead asked a woman she didn't know to watch the child and returned to the courtroom, according to a North Little Rock Police Department report.
Back inside, she complained the fill-in judge handling the day's cases was "[too] slow" and she kept "getting louder" despite requests for her to quiet down, the report said.
"Finally officers placed Ms. Best in custody," officers wrote in the report.
The report lists charges of disorderly conduct and public intoxication.
Best remained in the Pulaski County jail Friday morning with bail set at $300.