A Hernando County woman is accused of attacking her boyfriend and his car with a baseball bat

HERNANDO COUNTY, Fla - Hernando County deputies say a 34-year-old Spring Hill woman attacked her boyfriend Sunday night with an aluminum baseball bat.

Diana Foley, of 308 Spring Haven Loop, Spring Hill, is now charged with aggravated battery.

Deputies say Foley got into an argument with her live-in boyfriend and first punched him in the face.

After the initial attack, deputies say Foley ran back to her apartment and grabbed an aluminum bat.

Foley came out of her apartment swinging the bat at her boyfriend, an arrest report states.  Foley's boyfriend was apparently able to block one of the swings but was hit in the right elbow.

According to deputies, Foley then went into the parking lot and broke the tail lights out of her boyfriend's car with the baseball bat.

Deputies say Foley's boyfriend refused medical treatment.

An arrest report states that Foley admitted to punching her boyfriend in the face but she denied hitting him with a bat.

She reportedly told deputies she hit her boyfriend because he provoked her.

Deputies say they recovered a bat with traces of blood on it.

An arrest report states that when Foley was handcuffed and taken to the squad car, she stated, "I did a pretty good job," when she walked past her boyfriend and then laughed.

Foley is being held without bond.

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