A Brick woman has been indicted on a counts of aggravated assault and weapons possession after she allegedly assaulted another woman with a beer glass during a Feb. 25 incident in Point Pleasant.
Donna S. Spangenberg, 48, of Brick, was indicted by an Ocean County grand jury on one count of third-degree aggravated assault and third- and fourth-degree counts of possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose after using a beer glass against Diane Wilson during a confrontation on Feb. 25.
According to Lt. Adam Picca of the , on that day, Spangenberg was attending a friendly gathering at a residence on Pacific Street in the borough, when she became involved in a verbal altercation with Wilson, another female guest.
That confrontation soon turned physical, with Spangenberg allegedly striking Wilson in the side of the head with a Pilsner glass, leaving the victim with several lacerations. Police who were called to the scene arrested Spangenberg for aggravated assault and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose.
"The weapons offense was charged in connection with the use of the glass as a weapon," said Picca.
Spangenberg was released after posting $10,000 bail, no 10 percent, on Feb. 26.
Also indicted by the grand jury:
- William H. Glass of Brick, on a count of operating a motor vehicle during a license suspension for driving under the influence, in Point Pleasant Beach on Jan. 8. He was released on a summons.