It has been a while since I've seen a Minnesota headline that made me do a double-take. You read that correctly, a woman is facing charges for cutting a man's genitals and punching a cop.

I feel like it has been a while since somebody from Minnesota was in the news for a truly unique headline. Back on Halloween somebody in the Twin Cities area decided to dress up as Jeffery Dahmer. As you could imagine, it did not go well for that person.

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Also, in October, a man caused a ruckus in Minneapolis. He channeled his inner "boy who lived" by dawning a Harry Potter cape and a "stick or wand" in his hand.

Now back to this crazy headline, this incident happened in Rochester, MN according to Post Bulletin. A 50-year-old woman is facing multiple charges in relation to cutting a man's genitals and also for punching a Rochester police officer. The incident took place on November 4th, 2022 in Olmsted County.

According to the criminal complaint:

The Rochester Police Department responded to a domestic assault. They found a man who claims the woman was intoxicated and threatened to cut off his testicles and then lunged at him before fleeing the residence in her vehicle.

Officers did observe a cut on the man's scrotum. While officers were talking with the man, the woman returned. When officers asked her to exit her vehicle, she began to cry, scream and yell. She also resisted when officers attempted to remove her from the vehicle.

When the officers stop the attempt to remove her, they offered to take her to jail and she then agreed to exit the vehicle. However, as soon as she exited the vehicle, she charged at an officer and punched the officer in the face.

The 50-year-old woman was charged with felony fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct, fourth-degree assault against a peace officer and obstructing the legal process (gross misdemeanors), and misdemeanor domestic assault.

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