An Athens man was arrested for a second time in three months for incidents involving family violence and pork chops, according to the Athens-Clarke County Police Department.
Terry Ball, 29, was arrested Wednesday for violation of his family violence bond order, according to police. The order stemmed from an arrest in February, where Ball was arrested for assaulting his mother with a pork chop, according to police.
On Wednesday, police received a call from Ball’s mother saying that he was trying to fight everyone in the house, according to the police report. When officers arrived, they say that Ball claims he was upset that his family ate his pork chop, and now he would have to eat noodles, according to police.
Police say they also found pots and pans on the ground in the house, and that Ball expressed several times that he was not happy about what happened with the pork chop.
Just make extra pork chops for him and these things can be avoided.
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