Myrtle Beach police charge Little River woman in knife assault

troot@thesunnews.comOctober 30, 2013 

Ulinda Walker

— A Little River woman was charged in connection with a 49-year-old man being cut with a knife on the hand, according to a police report.

Ulinda Walker, 27, of Little River was charged with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature after officers were called at 8 p.m. Tuesday to 4811 N. Kings Highway, police said.

The victim told police he was driving Walker to her mother’s home because they were separating when Walker pulled out a knife during an argument, according to the report. The victim said when he struggled with Walker to get the knife, his thumb was cut.

The victim said he was able to get the knife and throw it out the car window, according to the report. The victim then stopped and called police. The victim was treated by EMS at the scene.

Walker told police she argued with the victim while they drove and he accused her of going to meet another man before he took a knife from his pocket, according to the report. Walker said she struggled for the knife and the victim was cut.

Walker also showed police two scratches she said she suffered during the struggle, according to the report. Officers wrote the marks were not consistent with being cut with a knife and determined Walker was the primary aggressor in the incident.

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