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Drunk Wife Sprays Deputies with Breast Milk

June 28, 2011  | 


Stephanie Robinette faces five misdemeanors for assaulting deputies with breast milk. Photo: DCSO.

Delaware County (Ohio) Sheriff's deputies were assaulted with an unusual weapon when they attempted to arrest an intoxicated, disorderly Ohio wife at a wedding reception hall.

Deputies arrived at the Bridgewater Banquet Facility in Westerville expecting to break up a fight between a husband and wife. When they arrived, they found that 30-year-old Stephanie Robinette had locked herself in a car.

When the deputies approached her, Robinette began yelling profanities and informed them she's a breastfeeding mother. She then pulled her right breast out of her dress, and began spraying the deputies with milk.

Robinette faces misdemeanor charges of domestic violence, assault, obstructing official business, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct, according to Sheriff Walter L. Davis III.

"This is a prime example of how alcohol can make individuals do things they would not normally do," added Sheriff Davis.

By Paul Clinton

Related:

Kentucky Woman Who Squirted Officer With Breast Milk Charged With Assault


Comments (10)

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Abdul Hafeez Siddiqui @ 6/28/2011 11:21 AM

Thank God she didnt have some other weapon, she must have been so frenzy that she would have shot rounds. But some credit should also given to the lady for her innovative action. After her release she will be hired at an exobitant pay by Self Defence Schools!!!

Tom @ 6/28/2011 5:01 PM

Sounds like the epitome of assault with a friendly weapon. She may have to get a concealed weapon license for those things.

Rick @ 6/28/2011 5:18 PM

@Tom - I agree, it looks like she has some serious weapons there ;)

Kyle @ 6/28/2011 6:27 PM

I almost did not blog this, but I must. No need crying over spilt breast-milk...I am sorry, it was there, and it was dumb. God bless. <><

Mr w @ 6/29/2011 5:57 AM

A blonde hoisting a couple of 40's with full mags!! That had to be the best day those cops had and I am sure they are free beering it for some time!!

Tony M @ 6/29/2011 8:46 AM

That sounds like an assumption there Sheriff. Who says she wouldn't normally do that? :-).

Clem @ 6/29/2011 2:01 PM

Glad we have been kept abreast of this utterly ridiculous attack. Let's not milk this to death.

Tom Ret-LPD @ 6/29/2011 6:06 PM

This is a clear case of the police being lactose intolerant

Doug @ 7/16/2011 11:28 PM

That could be an interesting report to read. Did they place the "weapon" in the evidence room? Was it checked for "ballistics"? What happens when the case goes to trial and "weapon" has to be placed in evidence in court and made available for examination by both sides? Could be interesting...

karon @ 8/8/2015 4:33 AM

Great Article. Thanks for the info. Does anyone know where I can find a blank "2013 WI DJ-LE-287" to fill out?

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