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Police: Woman breaks wine bottle across victim's forehead

Eugenia R. Rabb (Source: LMDC) Eugenia R. Rabb (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Louisville woman is accused of assaulting her sister's boyfriend with wine bottles.

According to an arrest report, police were called to the 600 block of Cecil Avenue Saturday night on a report of a fight in progress. Upon arrival, officers found the victim in front of the home. He stated he had been involved in a physical altercation with his girlfriend's sister, 28-year-old Eugenia R. Rabb.

The victim told police Rabb struck him in the mouth with a wine bottle inside Rabb's home. The bottle didn't break, but it caused swelling and bleeding.

The victim and his girlfriend left the location and were walking southbound on Cecil Avenue when a car passed them. The victim said Rabb was a passenger in the car. She allegedly leaned completely outside the vehicle and threw a second wine bottle at the victim, hitting him in the forehead. This time, the bottle broke and caused a severe laceration to the victim's forehead. He lost consciousness and fell to the ground. He was transported to a hospital by Louisville Metro EMS.

Police said the wine bottle found on the street was the exact same make and size as the bottle used in the first attack, which officers found inside Rabb's home.

Rabb is charged with first-degree assault.

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