Richmond woman arrested after alleged fight over trash cans

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Jun. 11—A Richmond woman was arrested after an alleged fight with an employee of her landlord.

Patricia Beck was asked by her landlord's employee to move trash cans from outside the fences at the apartment building, according to police documents.

An arrest citation indicates Beck became aggressive with the employee in response to the request. The employee then made disparaging remarks about Beck's character. In response, Beck then hit the employee with an open hand and knocked the glasses off her face. The alleged physical assault left a red mark on the employees face, a citation noted.

Beck was charged with fourth degree assault.

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