A Colbert woman said her boyfriend threw a cup of ice in her face during an argument at her Isabella Way residence, causing injury.
The boyfriend also broke two drinking glasses during the outburst, according to Madison County Sheriff’s Office reports.
The alleged ice-throwing incident occurred during an exchange between the two over their relationship, according to the report.
The woman then asked the man about a weed trimmer, according to reports. That’s when the man allegedly hurled the cup of ice at the woman, which left a small scratch on her left cheek.
When the man got in his truck, the woman reportedly threw the weed trimmer in question, striking the vehicle.
The officer at the scene explained the temporary protective order (TPO) process to the woman.
In other incidents, sexual battery was reported in Colbert last week. Madison County deputies were dispatched to Colbert School Road June 9 concerning a fight over a juvenile female reportedly being sexually assaulted by three juvenile males.
Two cases of burglary were also reported in on McCannon-Morris Road last week.
The first occurred June 8 in Colbert where a Hewlett Packard laptop, a Microsoft X-box 360 game console and 20 X-box games were reportedly stolen.
The other happened June 11 in Hull where the victim reportedly returned home to find his back door open, along with pry marks on the door and a window at the rear of the residence.
Other incidents on file at the sheriff’s office last week included:
•Speeding was reported on Hwy. 72 at Canna Street in Colbert.
•Harassing phone calls were reported on Colbert Business Parkway.
•A lost or stolen tag was reported on Hwy. 106 South in Hull.
•Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substance Act was reported on Vaughn Circle in Royston.
•Entering auto was reported at two different locations on Bryant Drive in Hull.
•Criminal trespass was reported on Farm Road in Colbert.
•Driving with a revoked or suspended license was reported on Glenn Carrie Road at Virginia Lane in Hull.
•Theft by taking was reported on Hwy. 29 South in Hull.
•Theft by taking was reported on Hudson River Church Road in Danielsville.
•Theft by taking was reported on Ivy Wood Drive in Hull.
•Terroristic threats were reported on Della Slaton Road in Comer.
•Operation of an unregistered vehicle was reported on Duffell Martin Road in Comer.
•Driving without a license was reported on Hwy. 72 at McCarty Dodd Road in Colbert.
•Disorderly conduct was reported on Farm Road in Colbert.
•Theft by taking was reported on Joyce Court in Hull.
•Entering auto was reported on Norwood Road in Hull.
•Theft by taking was reported on Lucky Jones Road in Hull.
•A damaged mailbox was reported on Seagraves Mill Road in Hull.
•Criminal trespass was reported on Swamp Guinea Road in Colbert.
•Theft by taking was reported on Duncan Swindle Road in Commerce.
•Attempted suicide was reported on Bedford Drive in Hull.
•A pedestrian under the influence of drugs or alcohol was reported on Hwy. 72 East in Comer.
Madison County Resident
06/22/09 at 10:04 PM
Do what? I guess she didn't care about the weed trimmer if she is going to throw it at his vehicle? They had to be drunk.
You see what happens when red necks get drunk? They don't need weapons to fight they can use something as simple as ice?
I wonder if they charged her with assualt with a deadly weapon? She threw a weed wacker at him but it hit his vehicle instead.