York County sheriff’s deputies arrested a Biddeford woman Saturday after she allegedly scratched a cruiser with her teeth and bit the upholstery inside the police car, tearing the seat material.

Deputies were called to Cape Road in Limington about 3:30 p.m. because of complaints about an apparently intoxicated woman who was walking in and out of traffic and lying in the road, according to the sheriff’s office.

Rebecca Grant, 40, told deputies she had been kidnapped and abused, but she refused to tell them the name of her captors and then began yelling at the officers. She then walked away from the deputies and into traffic.

The deputies determined that Grant was out of jail on bail and one of the conditions of her release barred her from drinking. When they tried to arrest her, she resisted, attempting to head-butt one deputy and then banging her head on the trunk of a deputy’s cruiser. When deputies finally subdued Grant, they discovered white paint on her teeth and a 3-inch scratch on the cruiser and concluded that she had bitten the trunk.

Once they got her inside the cruiser, she also bit the upholstery, deputies said, and tried to kick out a window. Damage to the cruiser was estimated at $500.

Grant has been charged with violating the conditions of her release, and criminal mischief because of the damage she caused to the cruiser.

Grant was being held Tuesday night on $200 cash bail at the York County Jail in Alfred after being arraigned earlier in the day by a video link to Springvale District Court.