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Facebook status change leads to fight, arrests, Hernando deputies say

BROOKSVILLE — Their dispute started when she "unfriended" him on her Facebook page. It ended with both of them in jail.

Thomas Gannon, 35, of Brooksville told a deputy that his girlfriend, Tina Cash, 31, was upset about their situation and had changed the relationship status on her Facebook page, and also "unfriended" him.

Gannon confronted Cash about this at their Angel Street home, according to a Hernando County sheriff's report. Gannon said she began throwing things at him, including a framed flag belonging to his great-grandfather, and hitting him in the face with a picture frame, the report states.

Cash told deputies that Gannon had been throwing items as well and that he had punched her in the head, the report states.

Both Gannon and Cash were arrested on a misdemeanor domestic battery charge and were being held without bail.

Facebook status change leads to fight, arrests, Hernando deputies say 02/28/11 [Last modified: Monday, February 28, 2011 10:54pm]
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