Brother Taunts Sister, Now May Be Under Investigation By Boca PD

We don't know if the "bin" is a nice way of saying trash can, or if this remains under investigation.

BOCA RATON, FL ( — We are going to keep the names out of this one. For now. Boca Raton Police were called to an area home when a woman reported that she was assaulted by her brother. According to the police report, “as a prank, he locked his sister in the garage for a minute. She yelled at him at which time he rushed toward her, causing her to fall, and he grabbed her hair and face. (The woman) sustained injuries.”

The report adds that the PC (probable cause affidavit) was “left in the bin.” We don’t know if the “bin” is a trash bin, or actually a bin where detectives review sibling rivalry, but we’ll update you when and if we are updated here.

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