The woman has been identified as 45-year-old Dawn Buondonno. At the time, Buondonno entered a home around 1 p.m. and started destroying possessions inside. A guest in the home confronted her, which is when she kicked the victim in the groin.
Buondonno requested that she could take her purse with her after she was arrested. The report said that Buondonno had Diazepam in the purse, which deputies found in their search.
She was booked on a felony drug charge as well with a bail of $5,000.
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