A Franklin County woman accused of breaking into a home during a child custody disturbance was indicted by a Franklin County grand jury.

Erica D. Flynn, 27, is charged in the indictment with felony first-degree burglary, domestic assault and attempting to escape custody while under arrest.

Grand jury indictments, by law, are suppressed until a defendant has been served. Flynn was served Wednesday, Oct. 25. She is scheduled to appear in front of Judge Gael D. Wood on Nov. 27.

Flynn initially was charged in the Franklin County Associate Circuit Court in July.

According to the Franklin County Sheriff’s office, deputies responded to a home in the 2100 block of Robertsville Road about 5:30 p.m. for the report of a disturbance over child custody.

Authorities said Flynn went into the residence, threw items and broke a window. The victim forced Flynn out of the home. Two victims were scratched during the altercation.

Following her arrest, Flynn broke free of the handcuffs while seated in a patrol car. She was stopped by a deputy when she tried to put the vehicle in drive.

Flynn was released on her own recognizance Sept. 22. The original bond conditions were continued Oct. 25, according to court records.

Prosecutors requested a $30,000 bond for Flynn’s release.