Heather Locklear ‘making amends’ with local cops after ‘punching and threatening’ officers in 2018 arrest

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MELROSE alum Heather Locklear has reportedly been trying to mend her relationship with law enforcement officials, two years after her arrest.

In 2018, she was arrested after attacking a deputy and kicking an EMT – and threatening to shoot them.

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Heather Locklear has been trying to mend her relationship with law enforcement[/caption]

According to TMZ sources, the 58-year-old actress has been on the good side of the law these days.

She’s reportedly been chatting with Sheriff’s deputies around Thousand Oaks, California and even buying them coffee for their long shifts amid the coronavirus pandemic.

She apparently also left a $1,500 tip during a Ventura County Sherriff’s Tip-A-Cop event, where cops serve as waiters at local restaurants.

Her generous tip was then donated to a Special Olympics charity.

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She has been buying them coffee, talking to them, and even attending some of their charity events[/caption]

Apparently, cops have also taken note of Heather’s new attitude towards them.

Sources close to TMZ told them that cops never took her actions personally and knew she needed help as the majority of the people they meet on the job.

Apparently, they are excited to see her with a brand new attitude.

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Heather was arrested in June for one count of battery on an officer, another one on an EMT, an then resisting arrest[/caption]

Back in June 2018, Heather – who was allegedly intoxicated – was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor battery on a police officer and emergency personnel after authorities were called to her home by family members.

She was charged with one count of battery on a peace officer, one count of battery on an EMT and one count of resisting, obstructing or delaying a peace officer, according to the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office.

Ultimately, she pleaded not guilty.

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She had been previously arrested over a domestic violence claim[/caption]

In February, she was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence after she reportedly attacked her boyfriend, and assault on an officer when she resisted her arrest.

She also allegedly threatened to shoot any police officer who stepped on her property again.

Although the police couldn’t find a gun in her home, she did have one registered in her name.


 

Heather celebrated her one-year of sobriety on May 1.
She thanked her daughter, Ava, for her support amid her battle.