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Upset about dinner, man bites girlfriend

Travis Robinson (Source: LMDC) Travis Robinson (Source: LMDC)
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A man is accused of biting and assaulting his girlfriend over dinner plans.

An arrest report says Travis Robinson, 29, arrived at his house on Fincastle Road, wanting to have dinner with his girlfriend. When Robinson found his girlfriend sleeping instead, he said he became angry and woke her up.

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The couple began arguing and the victim said Robinson began assaulting and biting her.

Police arrived and arrested Robinson as he was headed to his car. He is being charged with domestic violence.

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