ROCK HILL — A Rock Hill woman is in jail after police say she grabbed her boyfriend’s shotgun and shattered a window while trying to assault him early Monday because he stood next to teenage girls.
Sadie Marie Edmond, 48, is charged with criminal domestic violence, according to a Rock Hill police report. She is held at the York County Detention Center on a $1,200 bond.
Police were called to a South York Avenue home around 7:30 a.m. after getting calls that a woman was wielding a shotgun. When they arrived, they found a broken window at an apartment and heard a woman screaming, the report states.
When they knocked on the door, a 59-year-old man answered and said that Edmond, his girlfriend and mother of his two children, spent the night at his apartment. According to the report, they stayed up Sunday night watching football and drinking box wine. The man then fell asleep.
When he woke up Monday morning, he noticed that all the wine inside the box was gone and Edmond “seemed” drunk, according to the report. The man said he went into the parking lot to warm up his car but his girlfriend became upset when she saw him standing next to a group of teenage girls. A neighbor asked Edmond to stop screaming, but she began shouting profanities at her neighbor before her boyfriend escorted her back into the apartment.
That’s when Edmond tried to hit him. She then went into his bedroom, grabbed his shotgun and shattered the front bedroom window with the barrel of the gun. The man managed to grab the shotgun and hold her down until police arrived.
Officers ran a criminal history check and found that she has a prior conviction for criminal domestic violence.