Woman Arrested After Attacking Mother With Candle Holder

Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - by Hollie Webb

A woman was arrested after police said she beat her mother with a metal candle holder.

Police were called to Walden Avenue after a heated dispute between Barbara Price, 19, and her mother.

Upon arrival, police said the mother was bleeding from a head wound. She had to be taken to Erlanger East for treatment.

At the Hamilton County Jail, Ms. Price admitted that she was wrong in the argument.

She was charged with domestic aggravated assault and bond was set at $4,000.



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