A woman rescued from a homeless situation by a former girlfriend attacked her and another woman with a frying pan Tuesday, according to Bulloch County Sheriff’s reports.
After deputies responded to a Greenhaven Mobile Home Park residence on Old Register Road Tuesday, they arrested Tiffany Sue Connor, 35, on charges of aggravated assault and second offense battery, both under the family violence statute, according to reports by Deputy Raymond Michael Waters.
Once deputies arrived at the scene, a female victim met them, with dried blood on her shirt sleeve. She told Waters Conner had “gone crazy during the morning” and attacked both her and another female roommate, striking them both in the head with a frying pan, according to reports.
The complainant, who said Connor had once been her girlfriend, suffered a scalp laceration while the other victim also had a bleeding “lump” on her head, Waters stated in reports.
The complainant said she recently found Connor living in a homeless situation in Sylvania and brought her home to live with her, since she lived with the complainant for several years previously. She said Connor was “strung out on drugs.”
Connors “got into” the other victim’s medications for pain and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and took her credit cards, identification and cash as well, reports said. Then, Connor became involved in a fight with the complainant, so the second victim stepped in to break it up.
Connor then grabbed the frying pan and attacked both victims, as well as throwing clothes and other items around the home, Waters stated.
Deputes called for assistance from a Georgia Southern University female police officer, who helped Connor put on a shirt as she was in a sports bra when deputies arrived, he said.
Connor suffered minor cuts and abrasions from the fight, as well as having two “raw spots” behind her ear and on her face that did not appear to have come from the fight but from “picking,” he said.
Connor was then handcuffed and a belly chain placed on her before being taken to the Bulloch County Jail, where she remains without bond, according to jail records.
Herald reporter Holli Deal Saxon may be reached at (912) 489-9414.