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Police: Woman holding infant stabs son with scissors

Source: Raycom Media Source: Raycom Media

WILLIAMSBURG COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – The Williamsburg County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a woman allegedly stabbed her son with scissors. According to a news release from the WCSO, the stabbing happened after the woman’s son supposedly struck her in the face repeatedly while she was holding her four-week old grandchild in her arms.

Deputies responded to the incident on Champagne Lane in Andrews on December 8, around 9:01 p.m. and made contact with the female.

She told deputies that her son became irate and started destroying possessions at the residence. She also said he took her mobile phone when she was calling 911 for help.

The woman advised deputies she then went outside with her four-week-old grandchild to get away from her son. She claims he hit her continually while the grandchild in her arms, so she stabbed him with scissors in order for him to stop attacking her, according to the release.

The son was transported to a local hospital for his injuries.

The WCSO says the investigation is ongoing, and neither the mother nor son has been charged yet.

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