Woman Charged Second Time with Battering Her Elderly Mother
BROOKSVILLE – A Citrus County woman is charged with battering her elderly mother, after she threw a cell phone at the victim’s face during an argument.
According to reports, Colin and Virginia Kinzer were driving their daughter, 37-year-old Mashauna Elizabeth Kinzer, to meet with an attorney over a child custody case. While en route, an argument ensued between Mashuana and her parents, which led to Mashauna throwing a cell phone towards Virignia. As a result, officials say the phone struck Virginia in the face, causing an obvious bruise.
Deputies met with the family at residence on Merwyn Way, where they placed Mashaunua under arrest for battering her 76-year-old mother.
This isn’t the first time Mashauna has been arrested for attacking her mother during a domestic dispute. In March of 2014, Mashauna allegedly pushed her mother, held a steak knife to her face, threatened to kill her, and then burn her house down. Charges were later dropped after her parents refused to cooperate and signed a request for no further prosecution.
Kinzer has since been released on a $2,000 bond.
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