Report: Fight at Butler's Cabin knocks dental crown loose

tstevens@ledger-enquirer.comMarch 10, 2014 

A 55-year-old woman's dental crown was knocked out inside Butler's Cabin Saturday after she attempted to confront the man who slapped her boyfriend, according to a Columbus Police report.

The couple told police they were hugging inside the 6100 Veterans Parkway bar when the suspect suddenly slapped the 55-year-old man, causing his lips to bleed. The confrontation began at about 11 p.m.

The woman added that when the man fell on their table he said, "If you touch my wife, I will kill you." After her boyfriend was slapped, the woman followed the suspect outside and told him he needed to go to jail. The suspect then turned around and slapped her, knocking the crown off of her right front tooth.

No description of the suspect was given, though the report states the victim was able to photograph the license on the suspect's car before he drove away. Police attempted to contact the owners of the blue Mazda CX-9, but were unsuccessful.

Anyone with more information should contact Investigative Services at (706) 653-3400.

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