Columbus police arrested a woman over the weekend after she damaged two cars with a folding chair and a rake, reports state.
Dominique Yvonne Mulrain, 24, is charged with two counts of second-degree criminal damage to property and one count of simple battery, police said.
According to reports, Mulrain went to the home of her child’s father on Saint Marys Road about 4:15 p.m. Saturday. Mulrain began fighting with the 25-year-old man and at some point she hit him in his neck with her first.
Police say another woman pulled Mulrain away, and her child’s father ran inside his house and locked the door. Mulrain then grabbed a nearby folding chair and started hitting a 2001 Ford Expedition that belongs to the man’s mother.
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Mulrain caused more than $500 worth of damage to the vehicle before she dropped the chair and grabbed a rake. She then started hitting a 1984 Chevrolet Caprice that belongs to the father of her child, reports state.
Officers arrested Mulrain that evening, police said.