The driveway of the couple's well maintained home in the Twelve Oaks subdivision is now splattered with blood.
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. -
A Clarksville woman was arrested Wednesday after police say she seriously injured her husband with a pair of garden shears and then rammed his car while he was en route to the hospital.
According to Clarksville police spokesperson Jim Knoll, 23-year-old Sierra Williams was trying to scratch her husband's car with the large scissors when he tried to stop her and she sliced his hand.
"The guy is working on his car. The next thing you know it gets physical. She grabs some shears, scratches up the car. He is trying to stop her from scratching up the car and he gets his hands cut in the meantime," Knoll explained.
According to investigators, the husband's friends rushed to his aid and took him to the hospital.
Knoll said Williams followed and caught up with them in the area of 101st Parkway and Peachers Mill Road, less than five miles from the couple's home in the Twelve Oaks subdivision.
"She catches up and hits the car somewhere around [101st Parkway and Peachers Mill Road] and rammed the vehicle a couple of times," Knoll said. "When the officer got there, [the husband's] hand was wrapped up. [We] couldn't tell the extent of the injury but they could tell there was a lot of blood."
He continued, "He didn't want to cooperate with us so we had to piece together the information."
Williams was eventually charged with aggravated assault and reckless endangerment.
She was booked into the Montgomery County jail and has since been released on a $3,500 bond.
Police said the couple had no previous history of domestic violence.
Williams' husband could not be reached for comment Thursday afternoon.