Two Rock Hill residents were charged early Sunday morning with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature after initially telling police they were robbed and stabbed by unknown assailants, according to a police report.
When officers arrived at the apartment on Patriot Parkway around 4 a.m., they found a woman and man with stab wounds, the report states.
At first, they told police that two unknown men took their car keys and ran away after stabbing them, according to the report.
Rock Hill’s K-9 unit and detectives were called to the scene to try and track the men.
After investigating, police discovered that the woman and man stabbed each other, the report states.
Police charged the man, Wilfredo Urbima, 27, and the woman, Reyna Aracely, 18, with criminal domestic violence/aggravated assault, according to the report.
Aracely had cuts on her neck, left forearm and one finger, the report states.
Another man at the apartment, Celso De Jesus Urbina-Aleman, 39, of Rock Hill, was charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon, the report states.
All three people were arrested and the injured were treated at the Piedmont Medical Center.
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