A domestic dispute turned violent when a woman stabbed her ex-boyfriend and crashed her vehicle into his, according to reports.
Kershaw County deputies responded to the corner of Watts Hill Road and U.S. 1 in Lugoff about 4:30 p.m. Saturday in reference to a stabbing. Deputies found a 33-year-old man bleeding from his left shoulder at the scene, according to an incident report.
The victim told deputies he and his girlfriend, Miranda Wiedermann, were splitting up and he was at their residence on Woodland Trail packing his belongings. A verbal argument ensued between the two, and Wiedermann ran up behind him and stabbed him in the left shoulder when he and his mother and sister attempted to leave the home with a television, according to the victim’s account.
The victim was attempting to leave the property in an SUV when Wiedermann allegedly drove her vehicle into the driver’s side front and rear doors of his vehicle.
Once the victim maneuvered his vehicle around hers, the suspect chased him down the road as her 6-year-old daughter stood in the driveway crying and screaming, the report stated.
The victim told deputies Wiedermann also sent text messages threatening his life.
EMS transported the victim to a hospital, where he received stitches.
Wiedermann, 27, was placed under arrest and transported to Kershaw County Detention Center without incident.
Kershaw County Sheriff’s Department charged her with assault/assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, domestic/criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature and unlawful neglect of a child.
Her 6-year-old daughter was placed in the custody of family.