Richard Anthony Hessic faced with a battery after a cookie fight with his girlfriend, according to a report.
(St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office)
A man in Florida was arrested after allegedly punching his girlfriend after an argument about the chocolate chip cookies, police told FOX13.
Richard Anthony Hessic told Port St. Lucie the police that he was at a loss on Dec. 14 after the notice of the last chocolate chip cookie is gone, the outlet said.
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When he asked his girlfriend about it, she reportedly made a joke of the situation. She told the police that they do not want to start a fight “about something so petty,” so she tried to make peace by offering to buy him new cookies, according to a statement obtained by FOX13.
When Hessic the girlfriend left to take a shower, he allegedly followed her inside and “ripped down the shower curtain”, because “he had the feeling that she blows him off,” according to the document.
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When he reportedly “hit her on the left side of her face.”
The authorities later arrived at the scene and arrested Hessic, FOX13 reported.
Officer Aaron Garcia told Fox News the suspect is confronted with a battery. He was taken to the St. Lucie County Jail and released on Dec. 15 on a $15,000 bond, the official said.