CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — A fight between two young people recently landed a young man in jail in Butler County for using a Taser.
Sarah Gawron, 18, is a student at Seneca Valley Senior High School.READ MORE: Reta Mays, Nursing Assistant Who Admitted To Killing 7 Patients At West Virginia VA Hospital To Be Sentenced
According to Cranberry Township Police, she and her boyfriend, 21-year-old Mario Badamo, were driving along Haine School Road when they got into a fight.
It all started when Gawron says she saw images of other women on Badamo’s cell phone.
Badamo picked up Gawron and was driving her home after just having her wisdom teeth removed.
KDKA’s Amy Wadas spoke to Gawron off camera at her house, and she says the argument was over a picture of another woman she found on Badamo’s phone.
During the argument, police say Gawron purposely spilled ice cream on Badamo. They say he threw the ice cream back at her before slapping her in the face.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Weather: Cool Conditions Continue
Gawron hit her head on the door of the car.
Police say Badamo then grabbed an electronic device similar to a police Taser and shoved it into Gawron’s stomach leaving two dime-sized welts on her.
She also sustained a red mark on her cheek and was bleeding in the spots where her wisdom teeth were removed.
When the couple got to Gawron’s house on Treesdale Drive in Cranberry Township, she told her mother what happened and she called 911.
Badamo was taken to the Butler County Prison.MORE NEWS: Millennials Paying More Attention To Life Planning As COVID-19 Pandemic Causes Wake-Up Call
His bail was set at $5,000 and was released on Tuesday. He faces multiple charges including use of an incapacitation device, simple assault and harassment.