On Sept. 1 at approximately 5:15 p.m.Santa Monica police officers responded to the 900 block of 14th Street in regards to a 911 hang-up call. When officers arrived, they saw a woman, later identified as Luda Rosenberg, 53, of Santa Monica, and asked her to come to the front door. Rosenberg opened the door and she was holding ice against her arm and when asked what happened, she stated that her boyfriend, later identified as Gilbert Manriquez, had hit her with a pan. According to Rosenberg, Manriquez became upset when she wanted to join him for an appointment. A heated verbal argument ensued, and Rosenberg said her boyfriend swung a frying pan at her. In an attempt to block the pan, she raised her arms and it struck her forearm. The subject then stated that she got the hydrogen peroxide bottle from the freezer and placed it against her injured arm when it accidentally spilled on her boyfriend. Manriquez had a different story and stated that Rosenberg was the aggressor and he simply used the pan as a shield from her hitting him. Officers could not determine who the primary aggressor in this incident was. Rosenberg and Manriquez were arrested for domestic violence. Bail was set at $50,000.

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