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12/3/2018 11:12:00 AM
Woman arrested after beating boyfriend with bat

Greenwood City Police arrested a woman after a victim said that she beat him with a baseball bat after telling her he wanted to break up.

Tina Diane Perrin, 45 of 612 Oak Ave, Greenwood SC was arrested and charged with 1st degree assault and battery.

According to the police report, the victim said his girlfriend invited him over to her house.  They began a conversation where the victim said he no longer wished to continue their relationship.

This angered Perrin who retrieved a baseball bat and began beating him with it.

The victim said Perrin began striking him with the bat, knocked his tooth out and hit him in the head knocking him unconscious.  

Police reported that the victim had swelling and redness on both forearms, scratches on his face and blood in his mouth.  He was also missing a tooth and had swelling around his face with a deep laceration on his head.

When the victim woke up, Perrin was standing over him yelling.  He was able to get to his feet and flee to his mother’s house and call 911.

Reader Comments

Posted: Monday, December 3, 2018
Article comment by: Tina Perrin

The story about why an altercation occurred between me and the victim is totally false. Its ashame how you have published something on what somebody said without verifying any facts. There certainly was a altercation but trust and believe that sure wasn't the reason behind it.

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