Monroe Dispatch - No Struggle, No Progress

Love Hurts So Good


October 1, 2018

It happens all the time, domestic disputes more so than less. Many times, those involved don't understand why until in the moment. Calmer heads prevail once the police arrive. Until then chaos erupts, and everyone believes they're in the right until someone's arrested. According to police reports, Ouachita Parish Deputies responded to a battery in progress on September 29. The victim stated her live-in girlfriend approached her aggressively holding a kitchen knife telling her she was about to harm her. The victim armed herself with a wooden bat in self-defense. After a physical altercation took place the suspect placed a knife to the victim's head threatening to cut the victim. The victim feared the suspect was serious and would cut her with a knife in her possession. Police observed a small cut above the victim's left eye which occurred during the physical altercation. Suspect Victoria Blunt was read her Miranda Rights which she waived. The suspect said she had a knife in her possession, when the victim returned to the residence when she was attempting to pick a lock to enter a closet to retrieve her possessions. The suspect said both parties began a verbal argument which turned physical. During the altercation both partied advised the suspect was in possession of a white kitchen knife. The suspect was arrested and charged with domestic abuse aggravated assault. There are three sides to every story. This was one side of this story. The Monroe Dispatch welcomes the other or another side of this story.

Photo Crime Victoria Blunt


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