Police: Drunk Woman Calls Cops After Fight And Gets Arrested

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A drunk Fayetteville woman called the cops after being in a fight, and when they arrived, they arrested her, according to a preliminary report.

Sarah Wilson, 21, called police and told them she had been in a fight, was bleeding and requested emergency medical services, the report states.

Police came to a home in the 2700 block of North Arroyo Avenue, and she told them that she was drinking with her two roommates, a man and woman, at her home when a fight broke out between her and the man, according to the report.

She told police that the man was on top of her and hitting her, so, she picked up a whiskey bottle and threatened him with it. She said she didn’t remember hitting him with it, the report states.

Police said they observed bruises on Wilson’s forehead. Wilson was transported to Washington Regional Medical Center with an officer, according to the report.

Police then spoke with the female roommate, and she said Wilson started the fight and began hitting the male roommate. She also told police that Wilson hit the man with a bottle of whiskey and that he was “bleeding a lot,” the report states.

The roommates both told Wilson to leave, and that is when she left to call the cops at a neighbor’s home, according to the report.

The female roommate told police Wilson had lived with her for approximately six months, and she had a history of problems with drinking and starting fights with the male roommate, the report states.

When police spoke with the male roommate, they noted in the report he had a large cut on his head and was still bleeding. They also noted there were large amounts of blood on the floor of the home, according to the report.

Wilson was later arrested and booked into the Washington County Detention Center. She faces a charge of third-degree domestic battery, the report states.

She is being held on a bond of $1,035 dollars, according to the jail’s intake report.


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