Seattle, WA — A woman in Seattle has been charged with assault after she beat her boyfriend unconscious while their baby was strapped to her chest.
After getting into an argument at home, 25-year-old Sharee Seminole and her boyfriend got into a physical altercation at the intersection of 25th Avenue South and South Jackson Street.
Witnesses describe watching Seminole, who weighs 270 lbs, throw her boyfriend to the ground then start kicking him in the chest before stomping on his face at least eight times. During all of this, Seminole had the couple’s baby strapped to her chest.
One witness who confronted Seminole said the woman asked, “You know how many times he’s kicked me?” before halting the rearranging of her boyfriend’s face and leaving the scene.
Emergency personal found Seminole’s unconscious boyfriend and rushed him to the hospital. Police described the man’s nose as “severely broken” and displaced. Police found Seminole at a nearby convenience store where she had purchased a bag of Funyuns.
They described Seminole as being belligerent with slurred speech. When they tried to escort her to a patrol car and remove her baby, she became combative and put up a “huge” fight. She also bit a firefighter and attempted to kick another. Later on, while she was in her holding cell, she allegedly mouthed “I’m gonna kill you” to a police officer.
Seminole has been charged with second-degree assault. Her baby has been placed into protective custody.Tags: Beating, Crime, Domestic Violence, Sharee Seminole, Washington