CINCINNATI -- A South Cumminsville woman police say hit another woman in the head with a frying pan is scheduled for arraignment Wednesday morning in a Hamilton County courtroom.
Ronnell Evans, 21, is accused of hitting a woman on the head with a frying pan on Monday, causing the victim to receive five staples in her head to close the wound, according to court documents.
Police say the incident occurred after an altercation between the two women at a residence in the 2400 block of Nottingham Road.
Evans is charged with one count of felonious assault and is scheduled to appear in court at 9 a.m.
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