Florida Crazies: Woman Beats Brother With Peanut Butter During Argument Over Urinating Dog

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Arrests, Did You Know, For Discussion


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Florida Woman Assaults Brother With Peanut Butter

A fight between Deltona siblings over a urinating dog ended Monday when the sister hurled a spoonful of peanut butter at the brother, according to a sheriff’s arrest report.

Via News Journal One reports:

Rachel Byrd, 29, was arrested and charged with battery for the messy offense, the report shows. Making matters worse, her brother’s dog bit her on the leg after she flung the spoon at him, the Volusia County sheriff’s report states.

It was just before 2 a.m. Monday when Gabriel and Rachel Byrd began arguing over Gabriel Byrd’s dog, which was doing his business in the living room of the house the siblings share on Blythe Avenue in Deltona, the report states.

The pair argued at first, but the disagreement got sticky when deputies say Rachel Byrd threw the peanut spread.

According to the report, someone at the home called 9-1-1 but then hung up.

When a dispatcher tried to call back and got no answer, a deputy was sent to the residence.

When deputy Daniel Galarza arrived at the siblings’ house, Gabriel Byrd, 30, said he did not want to press charges against his sister. Galarza, however, observed “peanut butter running from (Gabriel) Byrd’s face.”

And while Rachel Byrd had a cut on her leg from the dog bite, Galarza determined that Rachel Byrd was the aggressor, the report states. Galarza gave Gabriel Byrd a domestic violence packet.

Gabriel Byrd could not be reached Monday. Because it’s a domestic violence arrest, Rachel Byrd was being held without bail at the Volusia County Branch Jail.

You can’t be serious!!

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