FARMINGTON — A woman was charged with assault, battery, robbery and other charges after she allegedly attacked clerks and robbed a Giant gas station, according to police.

Mandee Gutierrez, 25, was arrested at Giant gas station, 3001 Bloomfield Highway, on Thursday.

Gutierrez attacked two store clerks and knocked over several displays when the store didn't let her use a phone, according to a Farmington police news release. The employees then locked themselves in a back room and called police, according the release.

Gutierrez allegedly stole money from the register before police arrived and arrested her, police said.

Gutierrez was charged with assault with intent to commit a violent felony and robbery, which are third-degree felonies; battery on a peace officers and criminal damage to property, which are fourth-degree felonies; and battery, assault, shoplifting, criminal trespass and resisting and obstructing, which are misdemeanors.

Ryan Boetel covers crime for The Daily Times. He can be reached at 505-564-4644 and rboetel@daily-times.com. Follow him @rboetel on Twitter.