LAWRENCE COUNTY TEENAGER ARRESTED ON PAIR OF FELONY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHARGES AFTER STABBING HER MOTHER, DURING ATTACK AT BOYD COUNTY RESIDENCE
FEMALE SUSPECT ENDS UP INJURING HER BROTHER DURING VICIOUS ATTACK ON HER MOTHER
JULY 8, 2020 – written by WADE QUEEN
ASHLAND, Ky. — A Louisa teenager is in serious trouble, after a pair of assaults left her mother seriously injured, along with her brother being injured as well, during a violent incident at a residence on Monday in Boyd County
According to the arrest report from the Ashland Police Department, an Ashland woman was flown to St. Mary’s Hospital in Huntington, West Virginia Monday afternoon, after her teenage daughter stabbed her with a kitchen knife and attempted to pour hot grease on her, according to the Ashland Police Department criminal citation report.
Haley Madison Roop, 18, of Louisa, was arrested by officer Jeremy Barada, on charges of:
• FIRST DEGREE ASSAULT – DOMESTIC VIOLENCE; and
• SECOND DEGREE ASSAULT – DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.
Haley Ropp was denied bond in her case, according to the Boyd County Detention Center in Catlettsburg.
According to the arrest report, at 4:30 P.M. Monday, June 6, Ashland Police responded to the 600 block of 31st Street for reports of a domestic disturbance, the arrest report said.
Police officers found Haley Roop kicking her bloodied mother on the ground, records show. Officers took the teenage Roop into custody immediately, the citation report states.
Upon their initial inspection investigation, the officers stated that they saw that the victim had been stabbed three times in the shoulder and neck area, according to the arrest report. During the fight, police said Haley Roop tried to pour hot cooking grease on her mother when her brother intervened.
Roop wound up splashing the hot grease on her brother instead, according to court records. The brother was taken to King’s Daughter Medical Center for treatment of the burns he suffered.