Gloria Rosa Willard, 31, Little Falls, is facing a felony third degree assault charge in Morrison County District Court.
The charge stems from a June 2 incident, when the Little Falls Police Department was informed that a woman had been assaulted and was bleeding at a bar in Little Falls.
When officers arrived, they found the victim with towels wrapped around her arms. When one of the towels was removed, the officers saw a deep laceration on the victim’s arm, the criminal complaint said.
The victim allegedly said Willard was the one who assaulted her.
Officers located Willard, who allegedly said the two had gotten into a fight and both had swung at each other.
She allegedly said the cut on the victim must have been from her ring.
Officers examined the ring and allegedly saw there was no blood on it, but there was blood on Willard’s clothing.
Willard allegedly did not appear to be injured.
She was then arrested for the alleged assault.
The victim allegedly told officers she had been cut by something Willard was holding and that it looked small and silver.
Officers were unable to find the alleged weapon.
If convicted, Willard could face up to five years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine.