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The tumult in the trailer park in the 4600 block of South U.S. 1 in Fort Pierce happened Aug. 7 as a man identified as the victim told police he was on the porch at a friend's home.
He said he saw Kimberly Ann Cobb-tello, 45, verbally quarreling with her boyfriend in the street. Cobb-tello, he said, looked intoxicated.
Cobb-tello hit the victim in the back of the head before he and others told her to scram.
The term "trailer" can refer to a wheeled, or mobile, home designed to be towed by a vehicle. Such residences often are found clustered in areas that some refer to as "trailer parks."
A trailer also is a large, wheeled device used in hauling goods, such as toilet paper and riding lawnmowers, or foodstuffs, such as pickled eggs and cream cheese.
Further, a trailer can be a short, promotional clip for an upcoming movie.
The trailer definition intended by Cobb-tello wasn't listed in the affidavit.
Fort Pierce police couldn't find Cobb-tello, but about 30 minutes later they got another call about her.
They took her to a home that most definitely is not mobile -- the St. Lucie County jail.
Cobb-tello, whose listed address is the same as the trailer park, was arrested on a misdemeanor battery charge.
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