A Rock Hill woman was charged with assault Wednesday after allegedly attacking a man with a sharp object in the parking lot of a medical building, policy say.
Sheala Harvey, 25, pulled into a parking lot on Bryant Boulevard and nearly hit the victim’s car with hers, according to a police report account of a surveillance camera. Harvey got out of her car quickly and walked up to the victim, 35.
The victim tried to walk around, but Harvey put her hand up to his neck and a “short physical confrontation followed,” the report states.
Harvey had a sharp object in her hand that injured the victim, who pushed Harvey’s arm away and went inside the medical building to call police.
A warrant was issued for Harvey and she was arrested several hours later, charged with second degree assault and battery.