LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Police say a Louisville woman is in trouble with the law after she allegedly assaulted a woman with a stun gun during an argument about money.

According to the arrest warrant, it happened on April 18 in Prospect. Police say that's when 58-year-old Jacqueline Adams showed up at the victim's workplace demanding to be paid for a debt. Adams and the victim used to work together and are former roommates.

Police say the victim told Adams she did not owe her any money. As she turned away, police say Adams "produced a stun gun and shocked the (victim) in the left side of her abdomen." Police say Adams shocked the victim at least three times. The victim injured her wrist while trying to get away, police say, and also "sustained a burn/abrasion to the inside of her left forearm."

The victim flagged down a Prospect police officer in the parking lot and made a formal police report.

Adams was arrested at her residence early Wednesday. She's charged with one count of assault and remains jailed at Louisville Metro Corrections on a $10,000 bond.

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