A fight between a Pasco County couple ended with both of them behind bars this weekend after deputies say they threw concrete blocks through each other’s car windows.
The incident between 54-year-old April Kingsbury and 54-year-old Mark Tringone happened Saturday morning outside a home on Berg Road in Holiday. Deputies were called to the scene for a domestic disturbance just before 7:30 a.m.
When they arrived, deputies discovered Kingsbury and Tringone had been in an argument. At some point during the argument, deputies say both Tringone and Kingsbury picked up asphalt and concrete blocks and threw them through the back windows of each other’s vehicles.
An arrest report shows Tringone also kicked the side of Kingsbury’s Ford Crown Victoria and left a dent after shattering the window. The total cost of damage is estimated at $600, the report says. Kingsbury was sitting in the driver’s seat of her car when the damage happened.
Deputies say the damage from the shattered window on Tringone’s Chevrolet Silverado is about $300. He was standing about six feet away from his truck when the block was thrown through his window.
Both Tringone and Kingsbury were arrested and taken to the Land O Lakes Detention Center. The arrest reports show both admitted to causing the damage but accused the other of doing it first.
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