Bond for a woman in Fulton County has been set at $10,000 and she now faces multiple charges after an incident Sept. 5 in Mammoth Spring.
According to an affidavit for warrant of arrest, for 47-year-old Lydia Vallalpando, when officers arrived on scene at the residence, they could hear the sound of glass breaking and a female voice screaming.
Authorities announced their presence and entered the residence to find one victim sitting on a bed with multiple injuries and others in the home.
Vallalpando was pacing back and forth and after gathering statements, authorities learned Vallalpando began arguing with a male victim and then proceeded to hit the man and bite several areas of his body, drawing blood in the process.
Vallalpando also choked the man and continued to strike him. When a resident tried to call 911 for help, Vallalpando took the phone.
She also struck a second male who attempted to intervene.
Vallalpando was then taken into custody and transported to the hospital for injuries she had sustained. She refused to exit the vehicle, kicking and fighting with the deputy and threatening to kill him.
The deputy was able to escort Vallalpando into the facility and the deputy noticed he was bleeding from the top of his head and was also treated.
As a result, Vallalpando has been charged with first degree terroristic threatening, a class D felony; battery in the second degree, a class D felony; third degree domestic battery, resisting arrest and interference with emergency communications.