Officers responded to a report of an assault and battery with a dangerous weapon call on Battles Farm Drive Tuesday evening.

BROCKTON — A city woman is accused of hitting her ex-boyfriend with a baseball bat Tuesday evening.

bst365体育投注网址大全Officers responded to a report of an assault and battery with a dangerous weapon call on Battles Farm Drive at about 6:45 p.m.

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bst365体育投注网址大全A witness called police to report a woman, who reportedly had a knife, was trying to attack and stab her ex-boyfriend. The caller told police that someone was able to get the weapon away from the woman, but she was able to gain access to it again.

bst365体育投注网址大全As officers were responding, the caller relayed to police that the woman was now outside of a vehicle with the man and that she had a bat.

bst365体育投注网址大全Police say they learned the woman struck her ex-boyfriend with the metal baseball bat.

The man could be seen showing paramedics an injury to his back.

bst365体育投注网址大全The woman, identified by police as Jessica Ann Figueroa, was arrested.

Figueroa, 31, of 209 Battles Farm Drive, Apt. 209, Brockton, was charged with two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and one count of malicious destruction of property under $1,200.

Although Massachusetts courts are currently closed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, arraignments and other emergency matters are still being conducted by phone or videoconference.

Figueroa was released on personal recognizance with conditions to stay away and not have contact with the alleged victim, according to a spokesperson for the Plymouth County district attorney's office.

bst365体育投注网址大全Senior reporter Cody Shepard can be reached by email at You can follow him on Twitter at @cshepard_ENT.