OHIOVILLE -- A 23-year-old woman has been charged with aggravated assault for stabbing a man multiple times with a campfire marshmallow fork, according to an Ohioville police report.
Sarah Elizabeth Chambers also bit the wounded man as he tried to remove her from the house, according to police.
“Take me to jail now,” Chambers told police as they arrived.
Chambers, of 105 Ridgemont Drive, was also charged with simple assault and harassment after the incident at 7:10 p.m. June 12 at her home.
Christopher Aeschbacher, no age or address reported, had a laceration on the right side of his head, a wound six inches long inside his left thigh, and multiple cuts and puncture wounds over both legs, according to police.
Chambers, who told police Aeschbacher is the father of her son, said a verbal confrontation became physical.
At one point, Aeschbacher was able to drag Chambers outside, where a neighbor reported seeing Chambers on the ground at Aeschbacher’s feet and hearing Aeschbacher yelling about being bitten, according to police.
Aeschbacher returned to the house and locked the doors so Chambers couldn’t re-enter. Chambers, according to police, used a grill brush to break a window and enter the house. Her hands were bloodied when officers arrived.