Peters’ charges include conspiracy to commit criminal impersonation and attempting to influence a public servant, stemming from her attempt to allegedly mislead state elections officials.
Peters’ deputy, Belinda Knisley was also indicted.
“We certainly thank the grand jurors for their work. As you know, a grand jury does not receive all the evidence in the case,” Knisley’s lawyer, R. Scott Reisch, told The Washington Post. “Only the evidence the district attorney believes favors their case is presented. We look forward for all the evidence being considered by a jury.”
Last month, Peters was arrested in a bagel shop, where investigators from the district attorney’s office attempted to serve her with a search warrant for her iPad and she caused a disturbance.
The video shows Peters struggling with officers, even kicking at one of them as they were forced to handcuff her.
According to police documents, she kicked the officer’s Taser and magazine.