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Police: Man charged with assault and battery, kidnapping

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ABBEVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

An Abbeville man has been charged with kidnapping and second-degree assault and battery after officers were called to a violent domestic disturbance at a home on Gip Edwards Road, according to an Abbeville Police Department incident report.

The incident report said Kilo Marshall, 31, of Abbeville, was charged in the Aug. 14 incident.

The report states police responded to the domestic disturbance at the suspect's home, where they found Marshall with a stab wound on his chest.

Officers found large pools of blood in the kitchen of the home and near the back door, according to the report.

The report states Marshall told officers he was sitting on the coach and received a phone call from his sister, and the victim became angry and stabbed him.

The reports states police noticed the victim has grass stains and dirt on her pants, and Marshall told them it was because she fell down the stairs.

The report states Marshall was transferred by EMS to Self Regional Medical Center, and officers spoke with the victim. According to the report, the victim told them she tried to leave Marshall's residence, but he would not let her go. She told police the suspect punched her several times all over her body and choked her as she tried to leave.

According to the report, the victim told officers she was holding her baby during the assault and stabbed Marshall in the chest to escape the residence. She told officers she feared for her life.

The report states responding officers determined Marshall was the primary aggressor and that the victim was acting in self-defense.

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