(Savanna Grace White: Spartanburg County Detention Center)
A bloody battle in South Carolina led to the arrest of one woman who claimed the new girlfriend of her ex-boyfriend was abusing the former couple's son.
Dispatch received a 911 call Tuesday where a woman was recorded saying, “I’m going to kill you."
When a deputy arrived at the home in Spartanburg, he found two bloodied women fighting on the ground in a driveway, with a stun gun lying nearby.
According to WYFF News, the deputy said he ordered the women apart, and one of them, 21-year-old Savanna Grace White, was bleeding profusely from her head. The other woman was shouting that White had attacked her with the stun gun.
The new girlfriend had reportedly been to the Sheriff's Office the morning of the fight to try and get a restraining order against White, who she said was harassing her and threatening her.
White pulled up to the gate of the new girlfriend's house, attacking her with a stun gun. The woman fought back and held down White until deputies arrived.
Deputies said because White had traveled to the other woman’s home and was the primary aggressor, she was arrested on a third-degree assault and battery charge.
White's child was in her car at the time of the incident and a family member was called to take custody.
The irony is strong with this one.