A Wyandotte woman had plenty to say to police when they arrived at her home on a domestic violence call on St. Patrick’s Day.
But we can’t print what she said here.
It was enough for Wyandotte police to tack a disorderly conduct charge on top of the domestic violence charge, The News Herald reports
Police arrived at the home on Spruce Street about 1:45 p.m., diffused the situation and left. They were called back just after 2 a.m. the next morning for another disturbance. The couple, who live together, had reportedly been arguing over the use of their vehicle.
She allegedly tried to remove the keys from his pocket and when he pulled away, she shoved him and then bit him on the back, the newspaper said.
The responding officers noted a bite mark with “obvious bruising around the teeth impressions.”
The woman defended her actions to police and said he wanted to use the car to go visit his other girlfriend, according to the report.
Police said the woman refused to answer questions about the deep bite mark on her boyfriend – who refused medical treatment – and began screaming profanities at police when they arrested her. She continued to shout vulgarities as she was led from the house, waking nearby neighbors.When police tried to quiet her she shouted, again lacing her speech with profanity, “how little she cared,” the newspaper said.