A Redding woman was arrested after her refusal to cooperate with deputies became an issue. At 7:20PM Thursday night Shasta County Sheriff’s Deputies were flagged down at Highway 299 and Deschutes Road by a woman who wanted to report a theft. They followed her to her home on Deschutes to investigate. While deputies were there the accused thieves arrived, Christina Beaston-Daly and Kaylyn McCulley. A deputy asked McCulley for a drivers license and she didn’t have one so he asked her to step out of the car. He then questioned her about the theft. She said she was leaving but was told she was being detained. McCulley ignored the deputy and kept walking away so she was stopped and handcuffed. With her hands cuffed behind her, McCulley reportedly pulled away from the deputy and charged the resident. As the deputy stopped her she kicked him, so she was taken to the ground, and continued trying to kick the deputy. After being placed in the patrol car McCulley allegedly kicked the inside of the door repeatedly. She was booked into jail for battery on a peace officer and vandalism. The original theft case is still being investigated.