As often is the case when law enforcement officers respond to domestic violence calls, there are two sides to the story, and somewhere in the middle lies the truth. A Wyndridge subdivision woman is scheduled to make her first appearance in court to answer a felony charge relating to such a case.
Racheal Georgina Hill, 35, 364 Gray Fox Dr., was arrested the morning of June 30 on a charge of aggravated domestic assault. She told responding deputies she had good reason to defend herself with a knife and a pickup truck.
Deputies and an ambulance were dispatched to that address on a report of a physical domestic situation. While en route, officers were notified that the female involved had left the area and that the male was traveling to the entrance of Wyndridge Estates to meet with the ambulance.
Deputy Kevin Reagan wrote that while he was meeting with Floyd Wolfe and the emergency medical services crew, a Deputy Webb had stopped a pickup truck driven by Hill on Plateau Rd.
Wolfe told Reagan that he and his girlfriend had gotten into an argument that escalated to the point where the girlfriend allegedly grabbed a knife and commented that she was “going to go to jail for murder.”
As the argument progressed, Hill got into Wolfe’s pickup and as she was leaving the area, the mirror on the driver’s side of the vehicle struck Wolfe in the arm, leaving a cut. In addition, Wolfe showed the deputy a cellphone video that showed Hill holding a knife and commenting that she was going to jail.
Hill told the deputies that Wolfe had been grabbing her and throwing her in the driveway, so she grabbed the knife.
Hill was jailed and placed under $5,000 bond. Wolfe was treated at the scene but declined further assistance.