Springfield woman charged in alleged fanny pack, beer can assault


A woman has been charged with striking another woman in the face with what might have been a fanny pack full of beer cans.

Donna Furman, 54, has been charged with assault in Clark County Municipal Court.

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“(The victim) stated that the two had been drinking and for a totally unknown reason while in the kitchen … Ms. Furman stated ‘I’m tired of you’ and then struck (her) on the left side of her face with an unknown object leaving visible redness,” the court records say.

Police said they were told Furman was holding a fanny pack at the time of the alleged assault on Monday, according to court records, and that it might have contained beer cans.

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