Woman charged with domestic violence after circumcising her husband
From HEATHER RUPPE
A Cottageville woman reportedly attacked her husband with a knife last week and rushed him to the hospital with a severe laceration.
Raeona K. Turner, 43, faces high and serious domestic violence charges related to the incident.
According to an incident report from the Cottageville Police Department, an officer was conducting a property check on the Cottageville Express on July 6 when a man approached the officer and asked him to check on his parents, who had previously fought. The man said that when he returned to the house there was “a lot of blood” on the back stairs of his house and the door was locked. So he went and sought help from an officer.
The Cottageville officer called another unit to help and then went to the residence on Clydeville Lane to investigate the man’s allegations.
When the officer stood at the door of the house, he saw a woman – Turner – trying to leave the apartment. When the policeman spoke to the woman, she said that everything was okay and that she and her husband had argued beforehand. When the officer asked where the blood came from, the woman said she and her husband were arguing when her husband picked up a step stool. She thought he was going to hit her, so she grabbed a knife.
“She said that he turned to her with the step stool, she stabbed him,” the report said.
The woman also said she took her husband to the hospital.
When the officers entered the house, the officer said in his report that he noticed “a large amount of blood on the floor and equipment,” he said.
The man was at Colleton Medical Center, where he was being treated for a stab wound on his left forearm.
The woman was arrested and taken to the Colleton Detention Center. This case is still being investigated.
Water flows into the Colleton man’s petrol tank
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Fire department construction site of the attempted break-in
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Man leads police officers in slow chase
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Man caught choking a woman in a parked car
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Colleton man drives 10 miles before stopping for blue lights
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Woman caught trashing
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