Two people were arrested Sunday morning after allegedly assaulting a woman at her home.
About 5 a.m., Danville police responded to Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center where Dawnetta L. Jones, 30, of Danville told police she had been assaulted.
Jones said James T. Baker, 65, of Danville and Tiffany G. Baker, 30, of Danville had been visiting her son at her residence on Alexander Drive.
While visiting, Tiffany Baker “made some comments and was asked to leave the residence,” police said in a press release.
The Bakers and Jones ended up outside, and “other events” led to Tiffany Baker allegedly grabbing Jones, according to police.
Police Chief Tony Gray said this morning he did not have any details on the occurrence.
Tiffany Baker allegedly forced Jones halfway into a vehicle that sped off dragging her down the street, the press release stated.
Jones freed herself from the vehicle, and the Bakers fled the scene, police said.
Officers located the Bakers at their separate residences on Hillcrest Drive. Each was charged with second-degree assault and lodged in the Boyle County Detention Center.
Jones sustained non-life threatening injuries and was treated at the hospital. Officers Kyle Lyons and Lisa McAnley are investigating.