Aug. 23, 2010
11 p.m. — 4800 block of Reno Drive. Family Disturbance. A husband and wife were arguing, because he came home drunk and was yelling and cussing and the wife didn’t want him to wake their kids. The husband told the deputy that his wife punched him in the face, but when the deputy noticed there were no marks on his face, the husband said that he was a boxer, so he wouldn’t show any injuries. The husband told the deputy to use psychology or sociology to determine that his wife was lying. When the deputy told the husband that the wife denied throwing a punch, the husband said that he could interview someone better than the deputy could. The husband said he had to call law enforcement on his wife before, because she was beating their car with a blender. There were no such reports filed. The deputy told them to sleep in separate beds that night.
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