West Virginia State Police arrested an Elkins woman on malicious wounding charges Sunday.
Kimberly Christine Hawkins, 33, was arrested and charged with two counts of malicious wounding.
On Sunday, State Police in Elkins were notified of a malicious wounding complaint that was received at Davis Memorial Hospital.
The victim told State Police that he was traveling in a car with Hawkins when an argument began between the two. The argument escalated and once the car was stopped, the victim got out and headed towards Elkins, according to a criminal complaint.
Hawkins then told the victim to get back in the car, but when the victim refused, Hawkins drove the car towards the victim and hit him with it, sending him into a ditch, according to the criminal complaint.
The victim then got back into the car, and Hawkins drove to Davis Memorial Hospital. The victim told State Police that he attempted to go into the hospital but when Hawkins blocked the way, the victim agreed to leave with Hawkins, according to the criminal complaint.
Once the victim and Hawkins were back at a residence in Elkins, the argument resumed between the two. The victim then told State Police that Hawkins picked up a screwdriver and stabbed the victim multiple times. The victim said he was then able to get away from Hawkins and told State Police that he drove himself to Davis Memorial Hospital to seek treatment, according to the criminal complaint.
While conducting the interview, state troopers observed a cross-shaped laceration on the victim's left arm, according to the criminal complaint.
Hawkins in currently in the Tygart Valley Regional Jail with bail set at $100,000.