Police in Arlington, Massachusetts, arrested a woman Tuesday after she allegedly attacked and injured her neighbor with a handheld snow blower, Boston's WFXT reports.
At 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Arlington police responded after receiving a report of an assault in progress.
Police said a 60-year-old woman, whose identity is not being released, suffered lacerations to her foot after allegedly being assaulted by her neighbor, 61-year-old Barbara Davis.
According to police, the two neighbors had a "long-term and ongoing dispute," and the victim had previously taken out a protection order against Davis.
Davis was arrested and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, violation of a harassment protection order, and mayhem.
She was ordered held on more than $35,000 cash bail and is awaiting arraignment in Cambridge District Court.
The victim was treated for minor injuries.
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