BARTLESVILLE, Okla. - An argument about a Taco Bell lunch on Friday turned into a fight that landed one Bartlesville man behind bars, according to Bartlesville police.
38-year-old Shawn Clay Posch was arrested Friday on a charge of domestic assault after he allegedly scratched a woman's chest during an argument.
According to police, the argument began when she and he had gone to lunch at Taco Bell and he ordered a value meal. When she told him she only had $20 and requested he order something less expensive than the $7 value meal, he became angry and refused.
She then told him to he needed to get a job and help her out at which point he pushed her in the face, said the report.
The two continued to argue on their way home. When they arrived to the residence, Posch took some of his belongings from the place and left, telling the woman he would be back to get his other items.
When he returned to collect the remaining items, the woman's sister arrived to the home and Posch “got in her face.”
When the woman yelled at Posch to get out of her sister's face, Posch reportedly reached out and grabbed the woman by her t-shirt collar and scratched her chest, said the police affidavit.
When police arrived to the scene, they found the front of the woman's shirt to be very stretched out and the upper left side of her chest to be “very red” with “raised scratch marks.”
During a hearing in Washington County District Court on Monday, the judge set Posch's bond to $25,000 with a condition of no contact with the alleged victim.
Court records indicate Posch has been arrested three times since 2008 on domestic related charges. He has also been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and even illegal possession of red-tailed hawk wings.
He is due back in court on Dec. 16.
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