Seattle Woman Allegedly Bites Firefighter, Beats Boyfriend with Child Strapped to Chest

The woman also threatened to kill a police officer


 
 

LEVI PULKKINEN, SEATTLEPI.COM | | Friday, January 18, 2013


SEATTLE, Wash. -- A Seattle woman accused of beating her boyfriend into unconsciousness while their child was strapped to her chest has been charged with assault.

King County prosecutors contend Sharee N. Seminole attacked her newborn baby’s father following an argument at their Seattle home on Jan. 6. Seminole, 25, is also alleged to have bitten a firefighter and threatened to kill a police officer while fighting them – with her infant daughter still attached to her – during her arrest.

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