A Centralia, Washington woman is behind bars after going on an unsuccessful four weapon rampage against her roommate which included wielding a frying pan, swinging a broomstick, throwing a knife and flinging an axe. She's in jail facing assault, harassment and threatening to kill charges. The roommate used a cutting board and speed to get away unscathed. Luckily no one was seriously hurt.

Details are emerging as to why things got so heated between 36-year old Cassandra Aparicio and her roommate to a point where multiple weapons were involved. Maybe COVID fatigue? Someone want to do a "Braveheart" scene re-enactment?

No, Cassandra was fighting with all of her roommates around 1:00 a.m. because she is prettier than all of them, and that's why the others hate her.

Here we go.

First came the frying pan wildly waving above her wacky head. It might be at this point that one roommate picked up a cutting board to defend herself, but that might have happened when it was time for batting practice. Next, the broomstick got picked up and Cassandra allegedly took that for a few swings. After nothing but a series of "swooshes" (swing and a miss), let's go to something more solid. Ah! A knife!

The roommate using the cutting board in a way Captain America would be proud, kept saying she didn't want to fight as she continued to rely on her trusty shield.

Back to the blade. Allegedly, Cassandra next picked up a knife and after first threatening to use on her, threw it at her instead, but missed, and finally as the roommate was fleeing for her life out the back door, there was an axe in the hallway (who has an axe in their hallway?) and that axe was axecessed and hurled too, thankfully, that also missed the mark.

Look, if you're going to throw an axe, even in the heat of the moment, you must be prepared. There's a place in Tri-Cities where you can become an expert axe thrower. Just sayin'.

Go here to see Cassandra, and the full report can be found here.

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