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Florida man and woman were ‘doing stretches’ by a pool, cops say. Then came the attack

Miami Herald File

A Florida woman was arrested after allegedly attacking two people at a local pool last Sunday in Lady Lake, about an hour north of Orlando.

Deputies with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office responded to a disturbance call at around 2:30 a.m. The female victim reported that she was by the pool with the male victim “doing some stretches” when the suspect approached them aggressively. She said the 41-year-old accused them of “inappropriate activities” and “shoved” and “smacked” her.

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The deputy wrote that the victim had a “red mark” on her face, consistent with the account, and then made contact with the male victim, who agreed that the suspect was “p--sed.”

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“She attacked us,” alleged the man, whose name was redacted in the report, which noted that he was in a “domestic” relationship with the defendant.

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The accused woman, who had been detained in the back of the patrol car, was taken into custody at the Sumter County Detention Center and released hours later on $500 bond.

The Fruitland Park woman was charged with a count each of battery domestic violence and battery touch or strike. A judge has since issued a no contact order for both victims.