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Man says he was beaten with frozen meat

  |   Jan. 3, 2011 at 9:02 AM
PARADISE, Newfoundland, Jan. 3 (UPI) -- A Canadian woman faces charges of allegedly beating up a man with a package of frozen ground beef in Newfoundland, police said.

Officers were called to a domestic dispute in Paradise, east of the provincial capital of St. John's, Saturday night, The Telegram reported.

Inside the house, an unidentified man alleged Chantille Rodway had beaten him with a package of frozen meat during a quarrel. The extent of his injuries wasn't reported.

Rodway was arrested and held overnight before appearing in court Sunday to face charges of assault and assault with a weapon, the report said.

She was released and is scheduled to return to court Jan. 27.

It wasn't clear what penalty she would face if convicted.

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