ATHENS, Ga. – A man arrested for allegedly assaulting his mother with a pork chop has been arrested again.

One Wednesday, police were called to a home on the 100 block of Simmons Street. Once inside, the officer found pots and pans scattered across the kitchen floor.

The officer said he spoke with Terry Ball Jr. who wasn't making any sense. At one point Ball Jr., told the officer he was looking for his pot.

The officer said Ball Jr. was upset that someone ate his pork chop leaving him to eat noodles. After speaking to his mother, police arrested Ball Jr. for violation of his family violence bond order.

On February 23, the 29-year-old was arrested after finding out his mother did not buy him cigarettes and threw a pork chop at her.

When the officer arrived the home, he found Terry Ball Sr., holding his son on the floor until police arrived.

Both the father and his grandson, who was also in the home, told police Ball, Jr. threw a pork chop at his mother, shoved her and then head-butted her. The mother confirmed their stories to the officer as she cleaned up the mess in the kitchen.

Ball Jr., was taken to the Clarke County Jail.

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