A 61-year-old woman in Cincinnati has been arrested after dumping hot grease on another woman during an argument, police said.
Charlene Thompson is facing charges of felonious assault after the attack on Sunday at a residence in the 5100 block of Hawaiian Terrace, according to an affidavit obtained by WLWT.
The victim was left with severe burns to her back and arms following the alleged attack, court documents show.
Thompson was scheduled to be arraigned early Wednesday, according to the station.
Thompson was also being sought by police in connection to two outstanding warrants for criminal damaging or endangering, WXIX reports. She was later taken into custody at the Hamilton County Jail.
A message seeking additional comment from Cincinnati police was not immediately returned Wednesday.
Thompson has an extensive criminal history, according to the station, including charges of assault and other crimes in March 2008 after police said she punched a victim in the face. Those counts, however, were later dropped, WXIX reports.
She was also charged with disorderly conduct while intoxicated in 2008, but that charge was dismissed.
Later that year, Thompson was accused of kicking a police officer in Cincinnati and spitting on an officer during an incident in July 2008, according to a criminal complaint.
In August 2007, Thompson was convicted of criminal trespass after police said she entered an assisted living facility without authorization and assaulted a resident. She was also charged with assault, but that charge was dropped as part of a plea agreement, court records show.
And in 2006, Thompson was hit with domestic violence charges for allegedly striking her daughter on Christmas Eve, but that charge was also dismissed months later, WXIX reports.
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