Upon arrival, the officer met with a 16-year-old female who had marks and scratches on her arms, face and hands consistent with a physical altercation, the press release stated.

A Camdenton woman has been charged with domestic assault, attempting to escape police custody and resisting arrest in an incident that occurred in the city Saturday.

According to a press release from the Camdenton Police Department, Rose Stultz, 37, was arrested late Saturday afternoon, November 25, 2017 after a report of a domestic assault of a minor at a residence on Panoramic Street. An officer responded to the scene around 4:20 p.m.

Upon arrival, the officer met with a 16-year-old female who had marks and scratches on her arms, face and hands consistent with a physical altercation, the press release stated.

While investigating the incident, officers met with Stultz who lived at the residence with her husband and two children. Investigation led officers to believe a physical altercation had occurred Stultz and her teenage daughter, according to the press release.

During the investigation, Stultz reportedly failed to follow police commands and attempted to escape custody by slipping the handcuffs over her wrists. 

Charged with domestic assault, attempted escape from custody and resisting arrest, Stultz’ cash bond has been set at $2,000.

The investigation into this incident continues with possible charges to follow for other parties involved in the incident, according to the press release.