MASSILLON — A late-night fistfight between a couple inside a fast-food restaurant left both of them behind bars and the man who tried to break it up being treated for wounds he suffered.

Police summoned about 10:45 p.m. Tuesday to the Arby's restaurant at 515 Lincoln Way E by Massillon Fire Department medics arrived to find medics treating a man who tried to break up the fight.

According to Stark County Jail records, the man suffered "a major laceration to his arm" when he intervened in a fight between Zachary E. Woods, 24, of 439 Sixth St. NE, and a 27-year-old with whom he lives.

The jail records show that the couple's fight escalated when she struck Woods in the face, breaking his nose. Woods then fell onto her and the fight continued.

"She grabbed him by the genitals during the struggle on the floor," and continued to fight, Stark County court records show. And at some point, Woods punched her in the eye, "causing swelling and bruising."

Woods also suffered an injury to his head, according to the jail records.

He was taken to Aultman Hospital to be treated and then on to jail where he was booked into the facility on a felony domestic violence charge.

The woman was also jailed on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge. The Canton Repository does not typically name misdemeanor crime suspects.

The court records show she spent two days in jail in 2016 after her arrest on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge following an incident with another man. She was accused of striking him in the head and face, "causing a fat lip and small cut on his left ear." She was convicted of a lesser misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct and fined $100.

She was released from jail on this latest charge Wednesday after posting $1,000 bond, pending a Massillon Municipal Court hearing.

Woods remained behind bars Thursday, held in lieu of $50,000 bond, also pending a court hearing.

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