A Charlotte woman was accused of pointing a gun at a Rock Hill woman who asked her to leave her home, according to a Rock Hill Police report.
A 38-year-old woman living on Blake Street reportedly told Lashanda Brice, 38, of Charlotte to stop knocking on her door and to leave her yard on Dec. 11.
Her husband went to the yard to talk to Brice, who told police she was there to retrieve her belongings from the man’s truck , the report states.
Once he was inside, Brice began knocking on the door again. The woman told Brice to leave, then reportedly pushed her.
Brice allegedly went to her vehicle and pulled out a pink handgun and pointed it at the victim, police say.
Brice willingly went to the Rock Hill Police Department later that night to explain her side of the story. She told police she was pushed by the victim twice, when she went to get her belongings and as she walked back to her vehicle, the report states.
She told The Herald she went to the police department to file a report against the victim.
Brice admitted to police about presenting the gun but only to end a possible fight between her and the victim.
Due to the statements of the victim and her husband, Brice was charged with pointing and presenting a firearm. Brice was released earlier this week.