Hinckley Women Charged for Attack with Metal Pipes
Two Hinckley women are charged with beating another woman with metal pipes in her kitchen on Monday. Ahnung Matrious, 25 and Wah-Bin-Mi-Gi-Se-Penie Robertson, 22 both face three counts of assault, including Aid and Abet Second Degree Assault and Assault in the Second Degree.
According to the criminal complaint, police arrived at the victim’s home around 3 a.m. She was bleeding “profusely” from her head and suffered a fractured arm as a result of the attack. The victim told investigators that she knew the women used metal pipes because she was able to get one of them away from the alleged attackers while the other continued to beat her.
The victim told police the attack was the result of a retaliation. She said that she arrived home at 1:30 a.m. to find her live-in boyfriend in the back room with a 13-year-old girl who was “buttoning her pants.” The victim said she told the 13-year-old to leave and when she did not go immediately, she said she hit her in the head with a bat.
The 13-year-old then left with the victim’s boyfriend and the victim said, shortly after, Matrious and Robertson came into the home and attacked her.
The 13-year-old was questioned by police and said when she left the victim’s home, she went to the house where Matrious and Robertson were staying. She also told police that nothing occurred between her and the victim’s boyfriend.
No charges have been filed against the victim for hitting the teen.
Matrious and Robertson both face over 20 years in prison and $34,000 in fines.