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Georgia county commissioner’s wife to dump a cup of baking soda to the reporter, head of the public meeting

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The wife of a Georgia county commissioner, was facing criminal charges on Monday, after she’d poured a drink on a reporter at a public meeting last week.

Abbey Winters, is the wife of Jason Winters, who serves as the Chattooga County Commissioner, deliberately dumped a cup of baking soda into a reporter, Casie Bryant’s head on Friday, according to witnesses who said the incident was “the most classless act she is, in her whole life.

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Bryant, a reporter for the AllOnGeorgia to the Abbey, and in the Winter attended the county budget meeting, which is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m., Video from the incident posted online by the AllOnGeorgia shows a couple of people, including the officer, are sitting around a table in front of the liquid’s voice can be heard perfectly in the background.

“Oh, my god, my god,” a visibly-shocked-to Jason Winters says, as he looks at the scene in front of him, a woman can be heard saying, “I’m fine” and “she brought it on herself.” The female voice can be heard in the background saying, “to say that he went to France,” and, “oh, yeah, b—-.”

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The video doesn’t capture the moment, but they were told that the researchers, Abbey Winters, who was responsible, and that Bryant did nothing to provoke her.

Mrs. Arden, who was a local teacher, who was present at the meeting, and said that she had never seen anything like it, to tell it from WTVC: “and I looked up just in time to see her dump it on Casie’s head and Casie, but you won’t have to, we were all in shock.”

“Mrs. Winters started to say,” She deserved it, she deserved that and more, “I said,” No one deserves that,'” Arden said.

When Summerville police tried to talk to Winter, the couple asked to speak to their lawyers first, according to a new report from the department. Abbey Winters later told the police in an attorney’s office that she accidentally poured the drink out on to the entertainment district after they came to grief.

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Bryant, for his part, confirms what the witness said to the police, and said they don’t often see the Abbey, in Winter, at the public meetings. She told officers that “a few minutes after the drink was poured on her, and she was just in a state of shock and that she remembered someone saying that the drinks were on her.”

One reason for the Winters’ actions were not immediately clear, but police told the Times Free Press they “have a little bit of info on the bear witness to a Facebook post, Bryant posted last night, Commissioner Winters, and the meeting [on Friday].”

Abbey Winters, 35, turned himself in on Friday on charges of disorderly conduct and simple battery, the two offences.
(Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office)

Warrants have been issued for the Abbey of Winter, who was charged with disorderly conduct and simple battery, the two offences. She turned around at 4:30 p.m. on Friday.

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Rural Chattooga County in northwest Georgia, and is located on the border with Alabama. While the majority of the county commissions of several members, the Chattooga has a sole statutory auditor, who serves as the chief legislative and executive officials, according to the county’s web site. Jason Winters, a local businessman, was elected to that position in 2008.

AllOnGeorgia has been in a “hyper-local, community-focused news organization,” that is for you to come up with a smaller, more rural communities are both relevant and important information that has not been reported,” according to its web site.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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