A Silver Springs woman was arrested Sunday night after a spat with a man inside a camper turned physical.
Jessica Renee Brindle-Villacorta-Glover, 31, of NE 134th Court, told a Marion County sheriff’s deputy that she and the victim got into an argument because she returned home intoxicated. She said the argument started on the road in front of the camper and continued when they went inside, according to the sheriff’s office report.
Brindle-Villacorta-Glover said the victim walked outside to calm himself down, and the argument continued when he came back inside. She said they were face to face and she pushed him in the face with both hands. Brindle-Villacorta-Glover said the victim stumbled backwards, regained his balance, and the argument continued until deputies arrived. She said she believed her bracelet may have caused the injury to the victim’s face when she pushed him, the report said.
The victim said Brindle-Villacorta-Glover was drunk when she arrived at the residence and they got into an argument. He said he returned after walking away to cool off and was pushed in the face by Brindle-Villacorta-Glover. He said the push caused him to step back and Brindle-Villacorta-Glover fell to the floor due to her intoxication, according to the report.
The victim said as Brindle-Villacorta-Glover was standing up, she spun around and her elbow made contact with his left eye, which he believed was unintentional. The deputy observed the victim had a swollen raised bump over his left eye with an actively bleeding scratch on the outside corner and under his left eye. The victim also had dried blood around his mouth and a small laceration on his bottom lip. He refused medical treatment, the report said.
The witness who reported the incident said she arrived at the residence after being told there was an altercation. She said she saw the victim enter the camper and Brindle-Villacorta-Glover strike him in the face with a closed fist, according to the report.
Brindle-Villacorta-Glover was taken to the Marion County Jail, where she was released Monday on her own recognizance. She’ll appear in Marion County Court on June 18.