UNION — A Union woman was arrested Friday after she allegedly stabbed a man with a knife and then threw it at him.
Chelsea Dawn Carroll, 19, 1437 Peach Orchard Road, was charged by the Union County Sheriff’s Office with assault and battery second-degree.
The incident report stated a deputy was dispatched Friday to 1405 Peach Orchard Road, Lot 2 in Union, in reference to a stabbing.
Witnesses told the deputy that Carroll had entered the residence uninvited and became upset with the residents and their friends before stabbing the victim with a knife.
The victim, who the report said was 18, told the deputy he’d hit Carroll with a beer bottle in self defense, causing it to break.
The report stated that one of the residents, a 25-year-old, said the beer had been his.
The deputy took the victim’s statement and that of a witness who said Carroll had stabbed the victim and then threw the knife at him before leaving.
The knife, which was recovered at the scene, was described as sharp kitchen knife, silver in color with a 5 1/2 inch blade.
The victim’s wound was described as a cut approximately a half-inch in length on his left shoulder area. The wound was photographed by the deputy as evidence.
The victim refused treatment at the scene. The victim did complete a victim’s form.
The deputy found Carroll at her home and arrested her.
Carroll said she needed to go to the hospital because she’d been hit with a beer bottle and had glass in her hair. The deputy then transported Carroll to Wallace Thomson Hospital where she was treated and released. He then transported her to jail.
CDVHAN, Resisting Arrest
A man ended up in jail after he allegedly damaged the door of a pregnant woman’s home, then assaulted her and then resisted a deputy’s attempt to arrest him.
Solomon Maurice Gore, 21, 134 Thomas Ranch Road, Union, was charged by the sheriff’s office with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature and resisting arrest.
The incident report stated a deputy was dispatched at approximately 1:45 p.m. Saturday to 202 Railroad St. in Union in reference to a possible burglary.
The victim told the deputy that sometime during the night someone had kicked her door causing $50 in damage to the frame. She said that nothing appeared to have been taken.
The deputy left the victim’s residence at 2:07 p.m. but was dispatched there again at 2:54 p.m. in reference to a domestic dispute.
The victim told the deputy that she and Gore had gotten into an argument because she would not take him somewhere in her car. She said that during the argument he admitted to her that he’d kicked in her door. The woman said that Gore assaulted her during the argument, causing a scratch that was still bleeding and some redness and swelling to the left side of her face.
The victim said Gore also threatened her several times during the argument and at one point broke a broom handle over the back windshield of her car. She said all this occurred in front of her child.
Based on the victim’s statement and the physical evidence, the fact that Gore was living with the victim who is pregnant with his child, and the difference in size between Gore and the victim, the report states the deputy determined Gore should be charged with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature.
When the deputy tried to arrest Gore, he started tried to pull away and struggled with the officer.
The struggle continued off the front porch and into the yard and then into the road. During the struggle the deputy repeatedly told Gore to stop resisting. He also called for backup.
Once in the road, Gore tried to run, but the deputy pulled out his Taser and ordered him to stop. He also refused to obey the deputy’s repeated commands for him to get on the ground and then took a step toward the deputy.
The deputy fired the Taser probes into Gore’s upper torso, at which point Gore fell to the ground and began doing what the deputy told him to do.
Gore would not allow the responding deputy or another deputy at the scene to remove the Taser prongs from his chest, even though the report stated both are certified to do so. Instead, he asked EMS remove them and check him out.
Deputies called EMS to the scene and the responding team removed the probes from Gore’s chest, checked him out and determined he could be transported to jail. Gore was then transported to jail where deputies advised the jailers that he been exposed to a Taser deployment. He was then booked and placed in a holding cell.
Criminal Domestic Violence Fourth Offense
A Lockhart man ended up in jail after allegedly committing his fourth act of criminal domestic violence in a decade.
Ronald Wayne Eubanks, 36, 262 S. Lockhart Drive, was charged by the sheriff’s office with criminal domestic violence fourth offense.
The incident report stated a deputy was dispatched Saturday afternoon to Eubanks’ residence in reference to a domestic dispute between Eubanks and the victim. The deputy was advised by dispatch that Eubanks had left the scene walking on Lockhart Drive.
When he arrived at Eubanks’ residence, the victim told the deputy that when she came home from work she found that that Eubanks had been drinking. The victim said the victim started an argument with her during which he stood over her in a threatening manner and verbally threatened to harm her. She said she then went outside and called the police.
In the course of his investigation, the deputy questioned a witness who confirmed the victim’s story.
The victim said she wanted to press charges against Eubanks.
While the responding deputy was at the scene, another deputy located Eubanks on Summit Drive, placed him under arrest and took him to jail.
The report states that a check of Eubanks’ criminal history showed three prior convictions for criminal domestic violence within the past 10 years.
Assault And Battery Second-Degree
A Clinton man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly stomped on a woman’s foot and then pushed her into a fire pit.
Anthony Grant Hunnicutt, 37, 292 Gastley Drive, Clinton, was charged by the sheriff’s office with assault and battery second-degree and driving under the influence.
The incident report stated a deputy was dispatched Saturday night to 259 Eaves Road in Whitmire in reference to an assault.
The victim told the deputy that Hunnicutt had stomped on her foot and pushed her down. She said Hunnicutt had started yelling at another woman and that another man had told him to calm down. The victim said Hunnicutt then started yelling at the other man and using profanity.
Everyone then calmed down for a while, but the victim said Hunnicutt the got up, started yelling at her, stomped on her foot and pushed her into a fire pit. She said she thought her foot was broken and wanted to go to the hospital. The deputy then called Union County EMS.
The victim told the deputy that Hunnicutt had just left in a red Nissan truck. The deputy went up Eaves Road to find Hunnicutt. He located him at the intersection of Eaves Road and Hickory Nut Hollow.
Following a field sobriety test, the deputy then placed Hunnitcutt under arrest for driving under the influence and took him to jail. Hunnicutt was also charged with second-degree assault and battery.
Also arrested was Crystal Elaine Barker, 33, 33717 Highway 76 East, Kinards. Barker was charged with open container. She was a passenger in Hunnicutt’s truck.