(CMR) Police used pepper stray over the weekend during an arrest in West Bay's Kelly's Bar.
According to the RCIPS, officer arrived at the location in response to a report of a disturbance.
Upon arrival a woman was observed shouting expletives and fighting.
The woman, who was later identified as 22-years-old from West Bay, was also seen banging on the bar door and behaving in a disruptive manner.
RCIPS officers say they attempted to calm her however, she proceeded to curse at them and appeared very intoxicated.
Officers then informed her that she was being arrested for drunk and disorderly conduct, at which point the woman kicked the officer who moved to handcuff her.
As the woman then became more aggressive, the officer deployed pepper spray in order to subdue her.
A crowd began to form around the officers and a second woman became aggressive toward the officers, while they were subduing the initial suspect.
Officers deployed the pepper spray again and the 54-year-old was subsequently arrested by the officers.
The 22-year-old was arrested on suspicion of resisting arrest, assaulting police and being drunk and disorderly; while the 54-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly.
While both women are on currently police bail, the (RCIPS) allege one of the women arrested early Saturday morning kicked a police officer as she was being cuffed