ROCK HILL — A Rock Hill woman who refused to get off her husband's truck was charged with criminal domestic violence when she kicked his truck and then hit him with a logging chain on Sunday.
Around 11:30 a.m., deputies met with the 33-year-old man, who said he and his wife, 28, got into a fight after she called him asking for money to get her daughter's food, according to a York County Sheriff's report.
When he went to the Indian Trail house, they both began arguing. He told police he gave the children their food and picked up some personal items. But, before he could leave, his wife sat on the tailgate of his truck and began kicking it, the report states.
The man told his wife several times that he wanted to leave, but she wouldn't get off the truck so he said he grabbed her sweatshirt to pull her off. That's when the woman grabbed a logging chain out of the back of the truck, wrapped it around her hand and swung it at her husband.
The chain hit him in the hand and wrapped around his leg, the report states. The woman denied to police that she hit her husband with the chain, despite the man's visible injuries. Deputies said the woman was the primary aggressor and arrested her. The husband told police he videotaped the incident.