Cops: Mom Tased Daughter in the Face for Poor House Cleaning
ZEPHYRHILLS, FL - Pasco police arrested a woman after she allegedly pulled out a stun gun and discharged it into her daughter's face during an argument about house cleaning.
A Pasco County Sheriff's report details what could only be called a Rockwellian slice of Americana. According to the report, Cynthia Alexander (pictured above) had fundamental differences with her daughter, Stephanie Thompson, over how their mobile home should be cleaned. But when art is questioned, passions can flare, and according to Thompson, that's exactly what happened: the argument turned physical and her mother began punching and pushing her. And then, according to authorities, Alexander unholstered a stun gun, pointed and discharged it directly into her own daughter's face.
Thompson reportedly ran out to the front yard where she flagged down a helpful neighbor passing by on his bicycle. Seeing both women in front of the house, he parked his steed and was able to remove the stun gun from Alexander's clutch.
Alexander was arrested on charges of aggravated domestic battery and taken to the Land O' Lakes Detention Center...which actually sounds delightful.