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Police: Hopkins Woman Pushed Boyfriend Through Glass Door

Brittany Danielle Scheuing, 24, has been charged with felony assault.

Police: Hopkins Woman Pushed Boyfriend Through Glass Door

Officers are accusing a Hopkins woman of pushing her boyfriend through a glass door during an argument Friday, according to court documents filed Monday.

Police went to the Methodist Hospital Emergency Room at 8:06 p.m. in response to a report of a domestic assault, Raymond Laudenbach wrote in the charging documents.

An unidentified man told police that he and his girlfriend, 24-year-old Brittany Danielle Scheuing, got in an argument at their Oxford Street home while he was getting ready to take his son to get some clothes.

He said Scheuing got extremely upset during the argument and shoved him from behind, causing him to go through the glass door. The man said she then slammed the door on him without checking on him or offering to help.

The man had four cuts on his arm that required stiches.

An unidentified witness who was outside the home at the time told police she saw Scheuing slap the man, shove him from behind and then close the door on him, causing him to fall further into the glass, according to the court documents.

Scheuing told officers her boyfriend tripped over some shoes and fell into the door.

She has four prior arrests for domestic assault-related actions and has received two stays of adjudication.

Scheuing has been charged with third-degree assault, a felony with a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

She’s being held in Hennepin County jail on $40,000 bail.

 

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