Casper Man Arrested for Throwing Hot Burrito at Sister
Casper police on Saturday arrested a 20-year-old man who allegedly threw a hot burrito at his younger sister, resulting in a burn on her left arm.
Gage L. Fisher was booked into jail on a recommended charge of assault. He will likely make his initial appearance in Natrona County Circuit Court at 2 p.m. Monday.
A police officer responded to 1016 North Kimball for a reported assault at 6:18 p.m. Saturday, according to court documents.
The mother of both Fisher and the victim told the officer that the two had gotten into an argument about a cup, with Fisher believing his younger sister had taken the cup from which he had been drinking.
The mother told Fisher to leave the house in order to defuse the situation, and Fisher became angry at his mother for taking his sister's side in the matter.
Fisher then threw a hot burrito, "which had just been removed from the microwave," at his sister. The burrito hit her arm and caused a burn.
The officer photographed the girl's left arm and saw a red mark "consistent with something hot, like a burrito, striking her," according to the affidavit.
Fisher, who reportedly had failed to appear in court, failed to comply with a court order or failed to pay as ordered by a judge seven times in Natrona County, was arrested.