A Massachusetts woman was arrested in Avon Sunday after police say she beat a pickup truck with a shotgun while her boyfriend called 911 from inside the truck.

Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols said the incident allegedly began Sunday on Duck Scout Road when an argument between Diane Bouley, 47, of Erving, Mass., and her boyfriend escalated and Bouley pointed a shotgun at the man.

The man, who was not identified, left the house and went into his pickup, Nichols said. Bouley is accused of then taking a shotgun and beating the pickup truck with it.

When Cpl. Nate Reid and Deputy Kevin Hartley arrived, they called her out of the house and she surrendered the shotgun and was arrested.

Nichols said the shotgun was unloaded at the time of her arrest.

Bouley is charged with class D reckless conduct and class C domestic violence terrorizing.

Kaitlin Schroeder — 861-9252

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