Tactical Team Used For Vinnie Vincent Arrest (Top 11 of 11)

Tactical Team Used For Vinnie Vincent Arrest was a top 11 story of 2011 for May. Here is the recap: (Rock News Desk) Rock News Desk uncovered more details about former KISS guitarist Vinnie Vincent's arrest for aggravated assault: Rutherford County Sheriff's Office reports their FAST (Felony Arrest Search Tactical) team were required to tackle VIncent after his wife reported he'd knocked her down four times and dragged her through broken glass.

Deputy Joseph May says: "On Sunday at approximately 6.44pm I responded to the office lobby in reference to a female who was covered in blood and possibly intoxicated. Upon arrival at 6.49 I made contact with Diane Cusano.

"Diane stated to me that she and her husband Vincent Cusano had gotten into an argument about a female he was talking to. She stated Vincent became verbally abusive, swearing and telling her to 'Get the f*** out of the house".

"Diane stated that Vincent then smacked her in the face. She stated he grabbed her by the hair and threw her to the ground, then dragged her through a pile of glass from a broken plate. She stated he threw her on the ground a total of four times before he let her get up and she drove to the sheriff's office. - The tale continues here

This Thanksgiving weekend we are looking back at the top 11 Day in Rock stories for each month of 2011. See the other Top 11 of 11 stories here

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