Two Pine Bluff women were arrested Friday after one allegedly stabbed the other with a screwdriver.
Police said Gabriel Smith, 25, allegedly stabbed Malaika Dickson, 25, and Dickson allegedly tried to run over Smith with a vehicle.
Deputy Prosecutor Bryan Achorn said police were sent to the 1400 block of Boston Drive where witnesses said Smith and Dickson had been involved in a fight and claimed Smith had stabbed Dickson.
Police reported seeing injuries to the head and left eye of Smith.
Detective Larry Gailey reported that Smith admitted being in a fight with Dickson but denied stabbing her, and also claimed that Dickson chased her around the yard with a vehicle trying to run over her.
Dickson also admitted being in a fight, but denied trying to hit Smith with a vehicle.
Achorn said Dickson was currently on probation after entering a plea of guilty to theft of property earlier this year while Smith had no prior convictions or pending charges.
Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney set a $10,000 bond for Dickson at the request of attorney William Howard, who said he would represent her after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge Dickson with aggravated assault.
The judge set a $15,000 bond for Smith after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge her with second-degree battery. Smith said she would hire her own attorney.
Both Smith and Dickson were ordered to have no contact with each other and told to come back to court Oct. 1.