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North Bay Woman Learns the Dangers of Wine Bars



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    A 22-year-old woman was attacked with a wine glass at a bar in
    Petaluma early this morning, police said.

    At about 12:45 a.m., Petaluma police responded to a report of an
    assault at The Rocks Bar and Lounge, located at 146 Kentucky St.

    Investigators were told the victim was inside the bar with two
    female friends, and while standing in line to use the restroom, a female
    suspect cut in front of the victim and then entered a bathroom stall after a
    verbal altercation.

    The suspect then exited the stall and began assaulting the victim
    with a wine glass she was carrying. The glass broke against the victim's
    head, and the suspect continued striking her on the face and arm with the
    broken glass, police said.

    The victim suffered lacerations to her left arm, nose and lower
    lip, and several contusions on her face. She was taken to a local hospital to
    be treated for the injuries.

    The suspect is described as a white woman between 20 and 30 years
    old with a thin build and curly blond hair. She was last seen wearing a black
    V-neck top and jeans.

    Before police arrived, the suspect fled the bar with a man who is
    about 40 years old and was described as "scruffy" and wearing a baseball hat,
    according to police.

    The suspect may have also received a laceration to her hand during
    the assault, police said.

    Anyone with information about the attack is asked to contact
    Petaluma police at (707) 778-4372.