WOMEN CHARGED: Biting, spitting and using a shoe as a weapon

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Cornwall Community Police Service (CCPS) blotter update.

CORNWALL, Ontario - A pair of women, in separate incidents, went bananas this week and now face police charges.

In the first case an intoxicated 25-year-old Cornwall female lost it while being cared for at the Cornwall Community Hospital. The incident began with her yelling and screaming and escalated to the point where she spat on hospital staff, threatened to beat one member then struck her with her shoe and grabbed her by the neck.

Days later the woman turned herself in at the Cornwall police station and was charged with assault, assault with a weapon, making threats and causing a disturbance.

Rosemary Liscomb was released to appear in court.

In a separate incident, during a domestic dispute, an unnamed 29-year-old woman was embroiled in an argument with her common-law partner when she slapped him and threatened him with a knife.

If that wasn't enough, the man was also bit.

After her arrest the woman was held in custody to await bail.

Organizations: Cornwall Community Hospital

Geographic location: CORNWALL, Ontario

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