Canned chili can stir up passions in food lovers. Some find the product acceptable as a low-cost alternative. Others believe it tarnishes the name of chili and should never been consumed.
Chances are, the majority of people do not think of canned chili as a weapon.
Kenneth Perry Jr., 26, pled guilty to misdomenor domestic assault last week after he tossed a can of chili at his sister.
Perry and his sister has an argument on June 29. During the argument, Perry became irrate, reaching for a weapon - canned chili. He threw the can at her like a baseball. The can slammed into her forehead. The resulting wound required stitches.
The complaint filed against Perry declared the can a 'dangerous weapon.'
Perry was charged with second- and third-degree felony assault over the incident, but reached a plea agreement for misdemeanor domestic assault.
Perry will avoid prison time for his fourth domestic assault in the past five years.
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