A South Norwalk woman was arrested Thursday night for allegedly punching and biting her former boyfriend, who is the father of their child.
Police were called to 40 Woodward Ave. at 11:11 p.m. on a report of a fight in progress. When officers arrived, they reported numerous men standing outside the residence at that address, but there was no sign of a disturbance.
They knocked on the door of the residence and the people inside said they didn't call the police.
The officers eventually determined the call came from a two-story rooming house at 31 Woodward Ave. They said an intoxicated man inside told them he had been in a fight with his former girlfriend.
The officers reported the common areas of the house were in disarray.
The 26-year-old man said he was inside his second-floor room when his former girlfriend entered the house and began knocking on his door. He said he refused to open the door, so she kicked it in, jumped on his back and punched him in the face.
He said when he raised his arms to defend himself, she bit both of his arms and hands. The officers reported there were cuts on the man's arms.
Another tenant heard the commotion and attempted to stop the fight. Police said he reported the woman bit him on his back.
The former boyfriend said the woman, later identified as Greden Ramos-Villatoro, was upset because he had started a relationship with another woman.
Ramos-Villatoro, 29, of 53 Woodward Ave., was charged with first-degree burglary, second-degree unlawful restraint, third-degree assault, second-degree criminal mischief, and disorderly conduct. She was held on $25,000 bond and was to appear in court Friday.