Gainesville, FL (December 10, 2018) – Yesterday, December 9th, a Gainesville woman was arrested after she allegedly bit her girlfriend and then attacked and damaged her car in an effort to stop her from leaving.
The Gainesville Police Department arrested 29-year-old Brittany Robinson as the offender in an assault that was reported to police by her girlfriend. Apparently, Robinson got into an altercation with her girlfriend about not driving her to another location in her vehicle. As the argument got more heated, Robinson reached over and allegedly bit her girlfriend on her neck.
The girlfriend attempted to flee the scene with her vehicle, which is when Robinson took a metal chair and struck the windshield of the vehicle. This caused a large crack to appear in the windshield.
Robinson has now been charged with battery and criminal mischief. She is being held in jail without bond.
Gainesville Battery Laws
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