Police Arrest Man For Throwing HAM At Woman

By Dean James

A Kentucky man was arrested Sunday after he threw ham and other items at a woman while they were arguing over what day the family was hosting Christmas dinner, FOX News reports.

David D. Brannon, 21, was arrested and charged with assault and fleeing or evading police on foot, police said.

Laurel County sheriff’s deputies were called to the house about two miles north of London, Ky., for a domestic dispute at about 10 p.m. Sunday.

From Laurel County Sheriff’s Office:

Assault arrest:

Laurel County Sheriff John Root is reporting that: Laurel Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Scott along with Deputy Allen Turner arrested David D. Brannon age 21 of Love Rd., London on Sunday night December 23, 2018 at approximately 10:19 PM. The arrest occurred off Love Road, approximately 2 miles north of London after deputies were dispatched to a domestic dispute there. Upon arrival at the scene the male suspect attempted to flee from deputies but was detained there. An investigation was conducted by deputies who learned that an assault allegedly occurred following an argument over what day the family was having Christmas dinner when this individual began throwing items at the female victim including the ham for the dinner. Several items were found on the floor in the kitchen of the residence. David Brannon was charged with assault – 4th degree; fleeing or evading police – second-degree – on foot. This individual was lodged in the Laurel County detention center. Photo of accused attached is courtesy of the Laurel County detention center.

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