Fort Mill Times

Police blotter - June 10, 2009

Domestic assault charge

A 24-year-old woman faces a domestic violence charge after police said she slapped a Tega Cay man and grabbed him in the crotch area because he was looking at a magazine that she did not approve of.

Authorities charged Ashley Nicole Paccione of Cove Point Lane in Tega Cay with criminal domestic violence in the alleged June 6 assault, according to a report from the Tega Cay Police Department.

Paccione called authorities at around 12:30 a.m. and told police she assaulted the man and that he then assaulted her before leaving the scene, the report notes. When police arrived, Paccione reported that she left her home to go to a store to get some cigarettes. When she returned, the 34-year-old man was "looking at magazines that she did not approve of," according to the report.

According to the report, authorities identified Paccione as the primary aggressor and therefore arrested and charged her with criminal domestic violence. She was taken to the police department before she was transferred for incarceration purposes to the Fort Mill Police department, the report shows

Raccoon attack

A woman trying to break up a fight between her boyfriend's dog and a raccoon was bitten by the raccoon, police said.

Authorities responded to an animal bite around 10 p.m. June 5 at an address in Tega Cay. The report notes a raccoon came onto the woman's boyfriend's porch and began fighting with the man's dog. When the woman attempted to stop the fight, the raccoon then attacked her, according to the report.

Keg in car

A 23-year-old Lancaster man allegedly found with a keg of alcohol on ice in the back of his vehicle faces a drinking-related charge after police spotted faulty equipment on his vehicle.

Authorities charged Samuel Paul Moss of Lancaster with public disorderly conduct and driving with an unlawful alcohol content, according to the Fort Mill Police Department. Later, results showed that his blood alcohol sample was .19 percent, the report shows.

The report also notes that police found a keg in the back of the vehicle. The keg was on ice and the tap was still in place, the report notes.