WASHINGTON (Circa) — Belinda Dobrowolski is facing charges of battery resulting in serious bodily injury, resisting law enforcement and neglect of a dependent after allegedly knocking her sister's tooth out with a drill.
Dobrowolski got involved in an altercation with her 24-year-old sister on Wednesday afternoon in the front yard of a residence in Parke County, Indiana, police say. During the altercation, Dobrowolski is accused of hitting her sister physically as well as smacking her in the mouth with a drill, which broke her front tooth.
Dobrowolski's 2-year-old child witnessed the events as they occurred, according to WAXI-FM. After the fight, police say Dobrowolski attempted to hide in a crawl space in the residence with her son but was discovered by police two hours after the fight happened.