ROCK HILL — A Rock Hill woman was sent for psychiatric evaluation after police say she stabbed her boyfriend with a kitchen fork Thursday night.
Police responding to calls about an assault on Powderhouse Street, off Green Street, at about 10:45 p.m. found a man with a stab wound on his left arm, according to a Rock Hill police report.
The man, 54, told police that his girlfriend, 43, attacked him with a large kitchen fork during an argument, the report states.
The woman told police the couple began arguing when another woman called her boyfriend on his cell phone, the report states. She told police her boyfriend punched her in the face and stabbed himself with the fork.
The man told police he tried to defend himself after the woman stabbed him, the report states. The woman did not have injuries consistent with her story. Police charged the woman with criminal domestic violence.
She was taken to jail, but has not received a bond because she has been taken to Piedmont Medical Center for a psychiatric evaluation.