According to a Pine Bluff police report, Deputy Leon Warren and his wife were taken to the W.C. Brassell Detention Center after being treated at Jefferson Regional Medical Center.
Officers were dispatched to the domestic dispute call around 5:30 Monday evening, and arrived to find Deputy Warren in the back of an ambulance with a bandage on his head and blood on his shirt.
Deputy Warren told officers the argument started after he and his stepdaughter exchanged words. Warren's wife, Gloria, then tried to intervene and the argument began, according to the report.
As the argument escalated, Gloria told police Deputy Warren grabbed her and as they began to struggle, she picked up a glass object and struck him in the head.
The deputy's wife, having recently had surgery, was wearing a neck brace at the time of the incident, according to the report.
Deputy Warren told police at one point Gloria went toward a dresser drawer where he keeps his weapons, and attempted to grab a gun, but she denied there was ever a gun involved in the incident.
At about 6:00 that same evening at the Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Deputy Warren told Pine Bluff Police that he received a call from his stepson in which the stepson said, "...you pulled a gun on my momma. I'll remember that," according to the report.
The deputy said he asked his stepson what he meant by that, to which he replied, "take it how you want to," the report states.