Breast Milk Bandit
Ohio woman accused of spraying police with bodily fluid.
A Westerville, Ohio woman is behind bars after allegedly spraying deputies with breast milk after a fight with her husband at a wedding reception.
Stephanie Robinette, 30, appeared in court Monday to answer to charges of domestic violence, assault, obstructing official business, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
Delaware County deputies responded to a domestic violence call at the Bridgewater Banquet Facility at about 1 a.m. Saturday.
Robinette's husband told deputies he and his wife were at a wedding reception when she became drunk and started an argument.
Her husband also said Robinette hit him several times and then got into their vehicle.
That's when someone called the sheriff's office.
According to Sheriff Walter L. Davis, III Robinette began yelling profanities and refused when deputies asked her to get out of the vehicle.
Robinette was sitting in the passenger seat with the door open when told them she is a breast-feeding mother.
"We were concerned about her safety, her driving off. That's why we talked to her and tried to get her out of the vehicle," Davis said.
She pulled her right breast out of her dress and sprayed deputies and the vehicle with breast milk according to the sheriff's report.
According to investigators, when you're throwing bodily fluids, whether it be urine, saliva or blood at an officer, that can be considered as an assault. Davis said they need to protect the deputies from communicable diseases.
More deputies responded and Robinette was pulled from the vehicle and placed under arrest.
She is at the Delaware County jail.