CROSSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Crossville police have charged a woman with aggravated domestic assault. The aggravating factor? A frying pan.
Neighbors called police after hearing a woman screaming as she ran down a street early Sunday.
Police say 24-year-old Jennifer LeeAnn Simoneau told them her boyfriend had shoved her into a glass table.
Investigators say Simoneau had no visible injuries, but her boyfriend Robert Eugene Davis was found bleeding from several cuts on his face and arms and told police Simoneau had attacked him with a frying pan.
Davis' 11-year-old daughter says once her dad ran from the house, Simoneau dragged her by the hair to a bedroom.
That got Simoneau a citation for domestic assault on a minor. The arresting officer reported Simoneau appeared to be drunk.
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