A woman was arrested early Saturday morning after police alleged she used a crack pipe to cut another woman during a dispute.
At 12:44 a.m. officers were dispatched to the report that a person had been cut on Adams Avenue.
When the officers arrived, two women were arguing and one had been cut.
According to police, the two women had been in an altercation during a dispute over clothes and a cell phone.
Roselyn Andrea Lupoe, 40, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and obstructing law enforcement officers.
According to the report, the offender pushed the victim, the victim them hit the offender, and then the offender cut the victim with a glass crack pipe across her chest and left a severe laceration, approximately nine inches long, that required medical attention. The injured woman is 38.
“When the officer turned to place her into handcuffs she fled on foot,” said Senior Sgt. Bryan Addenbrook. “The officer chased her and was able to catch her and take her into custody.” Addenbrook.
Sgt. Richard Knowles apprehended Lupoe following the foot chase.
At press time Tuesday, Lupoe was being held in the McDuffie County Jail and bond had not been set.