By Kim Walter -- firstname.lastname@example.org
FRONT ROYAL -- A Front Royal woman who was reported missing Tuesday night, turned herself in to Warren County deputies Wednesday morning, according to a Wednesday news release.
Deputies were called to 414 Red Bud Lane on Tuesday night in response to a report of a domestic assault at 6:10 p.m. on Tuesday. The suspect, Kaci Quick, 24, of that address, had fled the scene before deputies arrived, the release states.
Sheriff Daniel McEathron said they believe alcohol was a factor in Tuesday night's altercation, and a couple hours after running away, Quick called her mother and said she was lost.
"Our first concern was that she ran off into the mountains. We were worried about her safety," he said.
A Fairfax County helicopter, deputies and Linden Fire and Rescue personnel searched for Quick into the night for about four hours without finding her, according to the release.
After turning herself in at about 6 a.m. Wednesday, Quick was charged with felony attempted malicious wounding of Sharon Peuett and two misdemeanor assaults on family members Derrick and Laci Rathell, the release states.
Quick is now being held without bond in the Warren County Jail.