CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wisconsin (WXOW) - Possible charges against a Chippewa Falls couple involved in a domestic dispute over voting in Tuesday's election.
According to Chippewa Falls Police, about 12:45pm, the couple, Jeffrey and Amanda Radle, began arguing about who Amanda was voting for in the primary election.
As she tried to leave in a car, Jeffrey Radle continually stepped in front of her vehicle. She nudged him several times with the car. At one point, he climbed onto the hood of the vehicle. A police report says she finally tied to pull around him when Radle jumped in front of her vehicle and was struck.
She then left the scene and went to the Chippewa Falls Police Department. Jeffery Radle was transported to Mayo Clinic Health Systems in Eau Claire with unknown injuries as a result of this incident.
Both Radle and his wife are being referred to the District Attorney's office for possible domestic related charges.
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