I don't usually watch local news, but we didn't turn from channel 7 after Lost on Wednesday. The first story was some crazy women chucking grapes from the audience at a school board meeting because Detroit schools are hemorrhaging cash, and some unfortunate closings were necessary.DPS police officers arrested
Agnes Hitchcock, leader of the Call 'Em Out Coalition, a local advocacy group known for harsh political comments. As she was being arrested, she was asked what she had thrown, and Hitchcock yelled, "Grapes! I hit her right here," and pointed to her forehead. It was unclear whether Hitchcock was released from custody Wednesday night.Some things don't even need commentary.
Hayes-Giles said she was struck in the chest and plans to press charges.
"It was hard. It startled me because quite frankly, I didn't know what it was," Hayes-Giles said of the incident. "It was unacceptable behavior. You can disagree with the vote someone takes, but that gives her no right to assault anyone."