Reported disturbance leads to arrest

A reported disturbance at an apartment complex in the 1500 block of Linden Street resulted in the arrest of a woman who allegedly beat and threatened another woman, despite an order of protection.

Stacy Slack, 24, who was arrested Monday, allegedly told police she “didn’t give a damn about the protection order and whenever she saw (the alleged victim) she was going to beat her up and it didn’t matter where it was, “ Deputy Prosecutor Cymber Gieringer said during a court hearing for Slack on Wednesday.

According to a probable-cause affidavit from Detective Jerry Lambert, the alleged victim called police last Friday at 11:56 p.m., to report the disturbance. The alleged victim said she was outside the apartments visiting a friend when Slack arrived in a vehicle driven by another person.

Gieringer said the alleged victim told police Slack got out of the vehicle with a gun and said she was going to kill the alleged victim, then put the gun in the vehicle and started to fight.

Lambert said in the probable-cause affidavit that Slack and the alleged victim have been involved in an “ongoing feud” for some time, and a temporary order of protection was issued after several prior incidents.

Gieringer said Slack is on probation and a hearing on revoking that probation is set next week.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $50,000 cash-only bond for Slack on Wednesday after ruling that prosecutors had probable cause to charge her with aggravated assault and terroristic threatening.

Slack also was ordered to have no contact with the alleged victim until the case is settled. She said she would hire her own attorney.