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A woman who was stopped for an automatic door inspection in Edmonton was arrested on suspicion of assault.
The incident happened at about 8 p.m.
Sunday on the 7100 block of N.L.C. Highway 9 in the west Edmonton neighbourhood of Woodstock.
The Edmonton Police Service says the woman was driving a red Ford Transit van when a police officer pulled her over for the inspection.
The officer noticed a small opening in the door, and asked her to close it, but she refused, police say.
The police officer asked her for identification and she refused to provide her name, according to police.
The woman told police she was the owner of the van and that she was driving it to the property she owns to buy her house.
She then refused to give her name and the officer drove her to a nearby police station.
Police say she refused a breath test and was charged with mischief.
She has since been released on bail.