Two Days Of Fighting Results In Cops Being Called

Summerville cops were called to 48 Rainbow Trail Saturday afternoon after neighbors complained about an ongoing altercation that lasted two days, according to an incident report.

Johnathan T. Mitchell and Elizabeth T. Slicker, of Summerville, were arguing for days, according to Summerville Policeman Tim Fulmer.

“The female was identified as Elizabeth T. Slicker who advised that she was pregnant and that the reason she had been crying earlier was due to severe stomach cramps. Both parties agreed that they had been arguing earlier because Ms. Slicker had stayed out late on the previous night but that the dispute had not been physical,” Lt. Fulmer reported.

No one was arrested in the incident.

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Summerville police also reported, in a separate and unrelated incident, that they were called to Highland Avenue to a domestic disturbance Sunday afternoon.

The domestic dispute involved Sherman Rutledge, his son Aaron Rutledge and daughter Jennifer. No one was arrested.

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Summerville police also reported, in a separate and unrelated incident, that they responded to a domestic disturbance at 139 Edmondson Street late Saturday night. No one was arrested.