NAPOLEONVILLE, LA (WVUE) - Two women face charges after deputies responded to a domestic violence call at a Napoleonville home.
The Assumption Parish Sheriff's Office said it was called to Latoya Davis' Jefferson Street house the morning of June 19. Deputies were told that Davis had a knife. Investigators said they also noticed bruising on her neck. The sheriff's office said deputies found what they suspect was marijuana and hydrocodone. Two children were also in the home.
Deputies booked Keante Cobb, 31, of New Orleans with domestic abuse battery involving strangulation with child endangerment.
Davis, 31, was booked with domestic abuse aggravated assault child endangerment, possession of hydrocodone, possession of marijuana (second offense) and possession or distribution of drug paraphernalia. She also has a hold placed on for an outstanding warrant from Lafourche Parish.