Woman Throws Tomatoes at Husband During Argument

Woman throws wine and tomatoes at her husband in Vero Beach.
Woman throws wine and tomatoes at her husband in Vero Beach.

VERO BEACH, Florida – On Thursday evening, deputies were called to the 7600 block of South Polo Grounds Lane after a woman threw wine glasses and tomatoes at her husband, according to the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office.

Pamela Woodman, 66, told deputies that she and her husband were having dinner on their back patio when they began to argue. The husband accused her of stealing an extra ear of corn from Publix, the report said.

“She stated he kept calling her a thief and a liar for bagging six ears of corn when they were only 5 for $2.00,” the deputy said.

Woodman said the argument “got heated” in which she slammed down her wine glass, breaking off the stem of the glass, and threw it and other wine glasses on the patio, the report said.

She said her husband ran into the home and slammed the door on her finger, locking her out, according to the arrest affidavit.

“She then ended up inside of the house where she stated she threw a tomato at him,” the deputy said.

A deputy made contact with the husband who had a similar story about the events that took place. He said they were talking about the raised prices of vegetables in which Woodman admitted to taking six ears of corn, and it was the clerk’s fault for not counting them, according to the husband.

The husband told his wife she was wrong for stealing the extra corn. She then threw the wine from her glass all over him.

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The deputy said the husband was wearing a white shirt covered in red wine from Woodman. He also observed several fruits and vegetables on the kitchen floor. There were pieces of glass shattered all over the patio, according to the report.

Pamela Woodman was arrested and charged with Battery Domestic Violence. She has since been released.

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About Jennifer Balakrishnan
Jennifer Balakrishnan lives in Vero Beach, Florida. She moved to Indian River County when she was 6-years-old. Jennifer earned a bachelor’s degree at Florida State University. She writes our crime stories and is one of our food/restaurant critics.
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