BRUNSWICK, OH (WOIO) - A woman who went to her local grocer's meat counter to pick up a couple of special cut filets ended up in police handcuffs.
44-year-old Frances Slyman was grocery shopping on Feb. 8 with her family at Giant Eagle in Brunswick.
While at the meat counter, allegedly Giant Eagle worker, Alzbeta Barath made a comment about Slyman's husband.
According to the Brunswick police report, the wife allegedly lost her cool and chucked the special cut filets across the counter at Barath.
She was arrested for simple assault by Brunswick Police and later released.
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