Woman, 27, jailed after argument with girlfriend turned violent
DECEMBER 14–A Florida Woman was arrested early yesterday for allegedly throttling her girlfriend during an “acrimonious” 1:30 AM argument over “chips and infidelity,” investigators say.
An arrest affidavit does not provide specifics about the chips (potato, tortilla, corn, etc.) or the alleged straying.
Police charge that Patricia Ann Isaac, 27, and her girlfriend of eight years were arguing early Friday when the duspute “turned physical,” with Isaac allegedly grabbing the victim “by the throat with both her hands.”
The 27-year-old victim told police she “could not breathe and gasped for breath once her throat was released.” When cops questioned Isaac at the couple’s Clearwater home, she reportedly admitted that she “punched the victim and put her into a headlock.”
Isaac was arrested for domestic battery by strangulation, a felony. She was released from the county jail late last night after posting $5000 bond.
Isaac, who has a tattoo with her girlfriend’s name and the date they met, has been ordered by a judge to have no contact with the victim. Additionally, she will be outfitted with an ankle bracelet that detects any alcohol consumption on her part.
Pictured above, Isaac, who works at a Publix supermarket, was convicted of misdemeanor battery in 2015 after she repeatedly punched and kicked a security officer at the Derby Lane dog racing track in St. Petersburg.