A woman in Virginia was arrested after breaking in to a home while half-naked, ultimately attacking a man with a pitchfork.
The woman, who was eventually captured by Stafford County Sheriff’s deputies, allegedly broke into a man’s residence on Sunday, half-dressed and covered in mud.
Wielding a pitchfork, the woman stabbed the man in the arm, inflicting non-life-threatening injuries before fleeing to another residence.
According to the Daily Press, Stafford Sheriff’s Maj. Shawn Kimmitz stated that the woman also attempted to fight law enforcement when they eventually tracked her don, injuring at least one after deployment of a taser had no effect.
The woman, identified as 31-year-old Madison B. Snyder, is a resident of Courtland.
Snyder was charged with burglary with a deadly weapon, aggravated malicious wounding and three felony counts of assault on a law enforcement officer.
The incident remains under investigation, and Snyder is being held without bond.
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