An Owensboro woman faces a long list of charges after being found walking near the Audubon Parkway off-ramp Thursday. According to the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department, dispatch received several calls reporting a white female, later identified as 27-year-old Letisha N. Hall, walking with two small children in the vicinity of the Wendell Ford Expressway and Audubon Parkway. One of the motorists who stopped to help Hall told deputies that Hall had given her one of the children, and continued walking with the other. When an officer tried to make contact, Hall allegedly was irate and showed signs of paranoia. Hall then continued walking onto the off-ramp, and as the deputy was following her, she sat the child in the middle of the roadway and ran. Two off-duty Kentucky State Police Troopers came to the child’s aid and took the child to safety while Hall was taken into custody. Deputies say Hall resisted law enforcement, and among other things, caused minor damage to a cruiser by banging her head against the window. Traffic on the Audubon had to be stopped while police dealt with Hall. Troopers say she then admitted to using methamphetamine among other substances. After being transported to Owensboro Health Regional Hospital’s emergency room, police say Hall spat on the paramedic attempting to treat her. Hall was released several hours later and lodged in the Daviess County Detention Center.