Minnesota woman accused of hitting man with a 'whole chicken'
02/06/2023 3:31 pm PST
EAGLE LAKE, Minn. (TCD) -- A 36-year-old woman faces charges after allegedly hitting a man in the head with a "whole chicken."
According to the probable cause statement, on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at approximately 7:30 p.m., Eagle Lake Police officers responded to a home to a domestic assault call, where they could hear "yelling from inside the residence."
The victim reportedly told police that he and Natalie Bruemmer were driving home from a bar when she began hitting him and spitting in his face. Once they were inside the home, Bruemmer allegedly "hit him with a whole chicken in the back of his head."
According to the probable cause statement, when officers spoke with the victim, he "still had some chicken residue in his hair."
Bruemmer, who had a body only warrant out of Brown County, was reportedly aggressive toward officers as they tried to take her into custody. The probable cause statement alleges that as she was taken outside the home, "she continued to yell, attempted to pull her arms away," and "kicked her legs around."
Eventually, Bruemmer reportedly calmed down.
According to the complaint, Bruemmer faces charges of domestic assault and obstruct legal process.
Authorities did not specify the suspect’s relationship to the victim.
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