Conway woman charged after two men assaulted in separate incidents hours apart

troot@thesunnews.comApril 9, 2014 

Lynn Raquel Little

A Conway woman was charged with assault after a 47-year-old man reported she threatened to kill him with a knife after he questioned her about $300 cash missing from his living room.

An hour and half later a 61-year-old man told officers that the woman stabbed him during an argument about the first incident, according to a police report.

Lynn Raquel Little, 39, of Conway was charged with second-degree assault and battery and criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature and booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center . Sunday, according to jail records. She is being held on a $20,000 bond.

Officers were called to 203 Lewis St., at 8 p.m. Saturday and found the victim on the front porch, according to the report. The victim said Little came to his house and he had $300 cash on the sofa and when he returned from another room the money was gone.

The victim said he questioned Little about the money and she pulled out a knife and threatened him, according to the report. The victim said Little punched him in the nose and he fell over a table, but got up and approached her and took the knife.

The victim said the woman punched him again and he hit her with the knife in her chest before she left, according to the report. Officers found Little with the 61-year-old victim at 1401 Holt Circle, where officers learned he had a cut to his hand.

Little was taken to Grand Strand Regional Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries before she was arrested.

The older victim told police Little came into the apartment from a party and said she was stabbed by a male friend in the chest, according to the report. The victim said Little got a kitchen knife and blamed him for her previous assault during the incident when he was cut.

The victim said Little finally calmed down and called police at 9:30 p.m., according to the report. The victim was treated at the scene for the minor wound to his hand.

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