Cheryl Ann Argo, 48, of 1047 Fairview Road, Rockmart, was arrested for aggravated assault.
Polk County Police responded to 1047 Fairview Road in reference to a domestic dispute.
The complainant, a neighbor of the victim, stated that she heard the victim call out for her to call the police.
She stated that she could not see what was happening, but did call police.
The victim, Thomas Keith Argo, 47, stated that his wife Cheryl had been chasing him around in the yard with a butcher knife.
He said that he and his wife were moving into the residence when she became angry with him and started acting in an unpredictable manner.
Cheryl Argo did admit to chasing her husband around the yard with a butcher knife and reportedly said that she was angry with him because he had been gone for three weeks.
Reports state she went on to tell police that she was just going to cut her husband’s hand and was not actually trying to hurt him.
The victim sustained a cut to his finger and told police his wife had also hit him with a walking cane in his right leg.
Reporting Officer Angie Barnette confirmed that Thomas Argo did have a red spot on his right knee.
Cheryl Argo was then placed under arrest and taken to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office for booking.
A Rockmart man was arrested for obstruction on June 2.
James Franklin White, 30, of 250 Litchfield St., Rockmart was arrested for obstruction and criminal trespass.
Polk County 911 advised Officer Jeremy Wilkes of the Polk County Police Department of an unwanted guest at a Stringer Road residence.
Upon arrival, White told Wilkes that his sister did not want him at the residence.
Wilkes said he then advised the suspect to leave, but White said he did not have anywhere to go.
White reportedly refused to leave even after being asked to do so several more times. He was then placed under arrest for criminal trespass. The suspect then admitted to officers that he had smoked methamphetamine earlier that day.
After placing White in the patrol car, he allegedly stated that he saw a snake in the back seat.
At that time, the suspect became “extremely combative.”
Wilkes, along with another officer physically restrained White until other units arrived on the scene.
The suspect was then transported to Polk Medical Center for medical clearance.
While at the hospital, White reportedly stated that snakes were biting him while he was lying in bed.
After being medically cleared, White was transported to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office for booking.
A Cedartown man was arrested for the battery of an elderly man that entered his home unwanted on June 3.
Ernest Lee Olive, 36, of 381 Coaling Road was arrested for battery.
Complainant Jim Shaw, 61, of 378 Coaling Road, told Polk County Police that he went to Olive’s house.
Shaw went on to state that Olive became angry and began hitting him, allegedly striking him in the left cheek and nose, causing both to bleed.
Reporting Officer Alan Glenn stated that he spoke to Olive who said that Shaw was drunk and had came into his house uninvited. Olive said Shaw began to cuss at him when he was asked to leave.
Shaw allegedly had a beer bottle in his hand. Olive said he began hitting the victim out of fear that Shaw might strike him with the bottle.
Olive was then taken into custody and transported to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office for booking.