Police: Woman allegedly attacked victim for ‘using her food stamp card,’ ‘trying to steal her boyfriend’

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Courtesy: Oklahoma County Jail

OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City woman is charged with assault after allegedly attacking a woman she accused of using her food stamp card and trying to steal her boyfriend.

On Nov. 10, officers were called to an apartment complex after a woman said she had been attacked.

When they arrived, they found a woman with a cut on her forehead and bruises across her arms and back.

The victim said she was walking to the main office when she was met by 55-year-old Cheryl Walker.

The victim said Walker invited her up to her apartment but immediately locked the door when they were inside.

According to the arrest affidavit, Walker “started accusing the victim of using [Walker’s] food stamp card and trying to steal her boyfriend.”

The victim claims Walker then grabbed a long stick and began hitting the victim on her head.

After a witness heard screaming and started banging on the door, Walker allegedly pushed the victim outside.

Walker was arrested for assault with a dangerous weapon.

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