A St. Paul Park woman arrested in Grey Cloud Island Township June 16 faces a revocation hearing in Washington County District Court next week.

Washington County sheriff's deputies and St. Paul Park police responded to an incident there and arrested for Amanda Darrow, 31, formerly of Woodbury, for alleged domestic assault and obstruction of the legal process. She recently received some grace from the court system and was on probation, but she is now being held without bail.

The two-year domestic assault sentence for Darrow had been stayed in lieu of five years of supervised probation with Washington County Community Corrections.

On June 4, after serving 81 days in the Washington County jail, Darrow was sentenced for the felony -- her third assault, according to the complaint.

Two other charges were dropped: terroristic threats with reckless disregard of the risk of causing such terror or inconvenience, and fourth-degree attempted assault of a peace officer.

Failure to comply with the terms of probation could result in a ticket to the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Shakopee.

According to the complaint:

At 1 a.m. Feb. 17, Woodbury officers responded to the 300 block of Leeward Trail for a report of a domestic situation. Darrow had been living there for two or three months. 

A man who witnessed the assault said that Darrow and he drank "a lot" of vodka the night prior to the assault. She slapped him and then immediately apologized. Then she charged off toward another resident's bedroom. The resident, another woman, was sleeping when Darrow began banging on the bedroom door and screaming: "I'm going to kill you!"

She forced the door open and attacked the woman, throwing her on the ground and repeatedly punching her in the face and head with a closed fist. 

The man told police he's "never seen anything like that before."

Officers later observed a reddish-purple mark on the victim's nose and dried blood near her nostrils, allegedly resulting from the assault. 

The victim believed Darrow would've killed her if Darrow's friend hadn't intervened.

Darrow resisted arrest, yelling, being aggressive toward officers, failing to obey commands, and striking an officer in the chest with her feet. Darrow said she was going to spit on one of the officers, so a spit hood was applied. She slid it up and off her face. In the back of the squad car, en route to jail, she tried to spit around the edges of the partition.

Darrow's two past convictions were both fourth-degree assault -- one in 2008, the other in 2013.