FRANKFORT — An Irvine man was charged with felony assault Saturday after police say he hit a woman in the head with a beer bottle the previous day.
Hank W. Spicer, 33, was charged with second-degree assault.
Officers were sent at 10:45 p.m. Friday to a home in the 100 block of Holly Street to investigate a reported assault, according to a Richmond police report. The officers were told Spicer had been at the residence and argued with the female resident, the report stated.
The woman told police she ordered Spicer to leave, and as he was leaving he struck a female guest in the head with an aluminum beer bottle.
The officers reported that although the woman wasn’t seriously injured, she had a knot on her head.
RPD officer located Spicer on Saturday, arrested him and took him to the Madison County Detention Center.
He also was charged alcohol intoxication in a public place, according to jail records.
McKee woman charged with violating parole
Richmond police arrested a McKee woman previously convicted of facilitation to make methamphetamine after she allegedly violated the conditions of her parol.
Christina R. Lowery, 24, also was convicted in September of fourth-degree controlled substance endangerment of a child and possession of methamphetamine.
She spent nearly six months in jail while her case was pending and was sentenced three years in prison, according to the RPD report.
She was paroled Nov. 21 after having served 15 percent of her sentence.
A parole violation warrant was issued Feb. 26 for her arrest after she violated the conditions of her parole, including absconding parole supervision and failing to complete treatment for substance abuse, according to the RPD report.
Officers encountered Lowery on Friday at North Street and Norwood Drive and took her into custody. She was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center.