Elkhart woman accused of hitting boyfriend with a garden gnome

(Photo supplied/Elkhart County Sheriff's Department)

Garden gnomes are short and stout statues you can put in your lawn. However, one woman allegedly used one as a short and stout weapon.

It happened around 10 p.m. Saturday. The Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department responded to a domestic battery call, according to ABC 57.

Officers determined that Angela Brock, 27, swung and hit her boyfriend in the head with the garden gnome. This while carrying his 7-week-old child to the car. Also, five children in total were reportedly on hand to witness the gnome melee attack.

Brock’s charged with a count of domestic battery in the presence of a minor.

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