WESTPORT — A Westport woman is facing assault charges after she allegedly attacked someone over a disagreement regarding their home’s lease agreement, police said.

Westport police responded to a report of a disturbance at a Saugatuck Avenue residence around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.

At the residence, police were met by Sandy Ramos, 36, who informed them that there had only been a verbal dispute between her and another person, and that everything was fine, police said.

During the discussion with Ramos, however, police noticed that her right thumb was bleeding, and they decided to continue to investigate the incident.

Police then made contact with the other party involved in the dispute, who told police that he had been upstairs in his bedroom when Ramos began yelling at him over issues pertaining to the lease agreement for the home.

The victim told police that Ramos then proceed to attack him for no reason. He further alleged that Ramos was intoxicated at the time, and that had influenced her actions.

While speaking with the victim, an officer observed two scratches on his neck and behind his right ear, according to police reports.

Based on the physical evidence at the scene, in conjunction with the victim’s statement, Ramos was taken into police custody and was charged with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct. She was held on a $5,000 bond, and she was arraigned in court on July 13.

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