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Report: Man steals cash hidden in daughter's bra, beats her

William Huckabee (Source: Spartanburg Co. Detention Center) William Huckabee (Source: Spartanburg Co. Detention Center)
SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) -

A drunk man upset his daughter did not buy him a phone card grabbed cash she had stashed in her bra then punched her, according to a Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office report.

Deputies said they were called to the woman's Gore Drive home about the assault on Wednesday and she told them her dad had been drinking and became angry over the card, picked her up out of her chair and took $150 from her.

Then her dad, 59-year-old William Huckabee, shoved another man staying at the home, deputies said. Then Huckabee punched his daughter in the head and bent her pinky finger back, before walking away, according to the report.

The house guest said he would be a witness for her, which caused Huckabee to shove the man off the porch, deputies said. 

Huckabee's daughter had bruises on her forehead, ear and hand while the man had a cut on his leg, deputies said.

Huckabee was later arrested on charges of strong arm robbery and assault and battery third-degree.

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