Aiken woman charged with domestic violence of ‘high and aggravated nature’
An Aiken woman has been charged with domestic violence of a “high and aggravated nature” following an alleged knife fight at her residence.
Yuvonda Pope was taken into custody and booked on multiple charges, including driving under suspension and providing false information to deputies.
Earlier this month deputies responded to Pope’s residence and located the victim in the alleged attack “laying on the ground” in front of her residence, according to an incident report.
The victim told officers he had sustained injuries during an argument with Pope that escalated to a fight. Pope reportedly attacked the victim with a pocket knife on a keychain.
The victim was transported to a local medical facility to receive treatment for his injuries. Other witnesses on scene claimed they saw Pope “swinging” at the victim during the incident.
Pope fled the scene after the alleged assault before being arrested.