A perfectly good dinner out the window

SANDUSKY Food fight! No one yelled it, but an all-out food fight ensued in the 1000 b
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

SANDUSKY

Food fight!

No one yelled it, but an all-out food fight ensued in the 1000 block of W. Monroe St. Wednesday after a man and woman began arguing over their children.

Sandusky police responded to the scene at 5:56 p.m. and charged John H. Donald, 29, 100 block of E. Jefferson St., with domestic violence and assault.

Donald had contacted police regarding problems with the 27-year-old mother of his children. She does not live with Donald, but had been staying with him until she settled elsewhere, the report said.

The woman came over to take their children to a school function, but then told Donald she could only have the children until 8 p.m. because she had other commitments with her boyfriend.

Donald became discouraged and advised her to leave the children at his residence and a fight between the two began.

The two began to argue and the woman threw several dishes of hot food out the window. Donald became angry and then threw food at her as she went to her car to leave. The woman advised the food thrown at her by Donald was still hot and burned her face.

Police did not see any indication of burns and the woman declined to seek medical attention.