Jacksonville, FL (AP) - A Jacksonville woman has been charged
with shocking her son's youth football coach with a stun gun.
The coach told police that he and 43-year-old Roxine Cornela
Cobb first got into an argument Monday night at Sandalwood High
School. The fight continued Tuesday night when the woman reportedly
walked up to the coach and zapped him in the chest.
The coach told police he slapped the stun gun out of her hand,
and the argument continued until police arrived. Two witnesses
confirmed the coach's story.
Cobb told police she didn't think she actually zapped the man.
The woman was arrested and charged with battery and discharging
a weapon on school grounds. She was released Wednesday on $25,000
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