Woman charged after boyfriend tells police she chased him with a knife

26-year-old Rynique Baker was charged with aggravated domestic assault and excessive 911 calls when her boyfriend told police she had picked up a knife and proceeded to chase him around their domicile in an attempt to stab him.

On April 19th, Officer Hofinga was dispatched to a domestic call at 441 Needmore Road apartment 427. According to the affidavit, officers briefly contacted a female in a blue Chrysler 200 departing the complex. The driver told them her apartment was 417, which was later discovered to be untrue. The driver, Rynique Baker actually resides in 427 and was the second 911 caller in regard to the incident.

Rynique Baker (MCSO)

Baker’s significant other Nicholas Davis had also left the scene and was located at the Minit Mart at 2690 Trenton Road. Davis told officers he and Baker had a verbal altercation while he was packing to leave. He claimed Baker had escalated the situation by chasing him with a knife in an attempt to lacerate him.

On April 28th, Rynique Baker was arrested and charged with aggravated domestic assault and excessive 911 calls. Her bond was set at $7,500.

Trish Butler

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