A Suwanee woman is facing an assault charge after a dispute that she said began over whether the complainant had gotten a vasectomy, according to police.
According to Suwanee Police records, Reshea Danielle Alexander of a McGinnis Ferry Road address was arrested on a charge of simple assault on Oct. 31. The incident occurred at a Rosehaven Way address.
Alexander told police that she and the complainant, who said that Alexander is his daughter's mother, were arguing over whether he had gotten a vasectomy, according to the incident report. Alexander said she and the complainant had just had unprotected sex, and that she was not currently using birth control.
Alexander said she stood in front of the television to get the complainant's attention, while he was sitting on the floor watching television. The suspect said that when the complainant refused to speak further with her, that she attempted to hit him with her hand, but missed.
She said when she missed, the complainant grabbed her from behind and put his arm around her neck.
Alexander said that when the complainant released her, she picked up a lamp from the table and threw it at him, but it missed him and fell to the floor.
Police observed no signs of injury to the suspect or the complainant.
The daughter, 4, was asleep in another room during the incident. She was released to custody of the suspect's sister, police said.
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