Baltimore County police are investigating a report that a woman assaulted an employee of a Catonsville pool hall on Saturday by pushing her into a window, biting her and backing into her with a car.
Police responded to the incident at VIP Billiards at 7:25 p.m. July 14.
Police said the assault occurred when the employee escorted the woman out to the parking lot after she refused to leave the pool hall at 6541 Baltimore National Pike.
Once outside, the woman attempted to punch the employee then pushed her into a window, which shattered, said Lt. Nancy Stork of the Wilkens Police Station, which patrols Catonsville.
The woman also bit the employee on her back before a man pulled her off, Storke said.
After entering her black, two-door Toyota, the woman backed into the employee, pushing her several feet, Storke said.
As the woman drove away, the employee's husband attempted to stop the vehicle, breaking a window on the driver's side of the vehicle in the process.
Police found numerous cuts on the employee's left arm and face from the window and a bite mark on her back, but she did not go to the hospital, Storke said.
Police used surveillance-camera footage and two witness accounts to confirm what happened during the incident.
The woman is described as black, between the ages of 25 and 30, 5-foot-7 and 130 pounds with a small build, brown eyes and long black ponytail.