Woman charged with domestic violence after alleged attack with kitchen knife
by Rachael Brown
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Paula Elaine Satcher
Paula Elaine Satcher
A woman was charged with domestic violence Sunday morning after she allegedly cut her boyfriend’s penis with a kitchen knife during an argument.

Paula Elaine Satcher, 49, of Anniston, was charged with second-degree domestic violence, a felony.

Anniston police Capt. Allen George said officers were called to a house on the 800 block of West 16th Street around 2:30 a.m. Sunday. When officers arrived, George said, they found a 52-year-old man sitting on the front porch with his pants around his ankles. The victim was yelling “she cut me,” George said.

George said the man had a large cut on his penis and police discovered a lot of blood inside the home. The man was taken to UAB Hospital in Birmingham, the captain said. He is expected to recover from his injuries.

George said that shortly after officers arrived, they found Satcher outside, near 16th Street and Glen Addie Avenue.

Satcher told police she and her boyfriend were having an argument, and she threatened to cut his penis off, George said.

During the argument, Satcher took a kitchen knife and cut her boyfriend, George said.

Afterward, she went to a neighbor’s house to call an ambulance, he said. Satcher was drunk when officers arrested her, according to a police report.

George said Satcher and the victim have dated for more than a year.

In June, Satcher filed a police report against the victim for allegedly punching her several times, according to the captain.

Satcher was released on a $15,000 bond from the Anniston City Jail Monday afternoon. A court appearance is scheduled for Oct. 7.

Staff Writer Rachael Brown: 256-235-3562. On Twitter @RBrown_Star.

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