Naples teen accused of attacking protestor at Planned Parenthood
Lee County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to the Planned Parenthood at 6418 Commerce Park Drive after reports of a battery, according to the Lee County Sheriff's Office.
18-year-old Victoria Martinez was arrested after a man told deputies she knocked over his chair and took his sign before hitting him and pushing him. Deputies said Martinez came out of the building yelling obscenities and approaching them in an aggressive way when they arrived. The 18-year-old told deputies that she was pregnant but refused a medical evaluation after hurting her knuckle in the altercation, according to the arrest report.
The plastic sign the man was holding was valued at $100, deputies said. The victim suffered minor injuries to two fingers and decided to press charges against the teen. Martinez is facing charges of battery on a person 65 years of age or older and petit theft.
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