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Man reports woman bit his genitals

Man reports woman bit his genitals

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UNION GROVE — A woman was arrested after she allegedly attacked a man and bit his genitals, according to a police report.

Eileen M. Townsend, 32, of the 1400 block of High Street, was arrested for disorderly conduct and battery domestic abuse after the alleged incident at about 1:45 a.m. Sunday.

The man told Racine County sheriff’s deputies that Townsend reportedly “whacked out on him” and their verbal argument turned physical when she began attacking him. Deputies observed the man had fresh scratches to his stomach, chest and arms.

He told deputies that Townsend had also bit him twice in the genitals and “grabbed his (genitals) twice to throw him to the floor,” according to the report.

Victim found unconscious

The man, whom deputies observed appeared intoxicated, said he didn’t know how to calm her down and was not sure why she was “acting so crazy,” so he called the police.

Deputies found Townsend unconscious on the kitchen floor, bleeding from the nose and slightly foaming at the mouth, according to the report. The man said he did not know how she ended up on the kitchen floor and that he didn’t do anything to her but try to hold her back, according to the report.

Townsend was taken to the hospital and later when she was conscious told deputies in the report that she remembered arguing but not what happened after. She had small scratches to her neck but she wasn’t sure from where, the report said.


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