An Aiken woman started her year off in a less-than-positive way Saturday by being pepper sprayed, arrested and taken to jail. According to Aiken Department of Public Safety reports, Tenique Sheree Nance, 31, of 650 Cushman Drive in Aiken, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after the incident. Officers responded to complaints of a dispute on Cushman Drive. When they arrived, two officers found an abusive Nance inside someone else's car, refusing to get out. The owner of the car said he wanted to leave, and Nance got into the car in order to stop him from doing so. When officers tried to talk to Nance, she was verbally abusive, cursing at the officers, the report states. She was also alleged to be under the influence of alcohol. Eventually, officers forced open the door of the car; however, the 5-foot, 6-inch, 220-pound suspect had "wedged herself in the vehicle by putting her right arm on the B post and her left foot on the kick panel," the report states. Nance was then advised that if she didn't comply, officers would use pepper spray. Again, Nance cursed the officers, according to reports. After a second warning and the same response, officers sprayed the subject, who was then wrestled into handcuffs and put into a police car. While officers had Nance on the ground, she continued her tirade, screaming that she was being "molested" and brutalized by police. She was transported to Aiken County detention center and booked.