Florida woman accused of aggravated assault after being refused pizza slice

Police in Florida say a woman was arrested this week and accused of aggravated assault when she attacked another woman who denied her a slice of pizza.

The St. John's County Sheriff's Office says De'Erica Cooks, 22, has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill and is being held on a $1,500 bond.

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According to the St. Augustine Record, Cooks became angry after the unidentified woman said "no" to her request for a slice. An offense report says Cooks told the woman "I'm going to cut you" with a steak knife in her hand, and then tried to attack her.

De'Erica Cooks

De'Erica Cooks (St. John's County Sheriff)

The report adds that a male bystander was able to take the knife away from Cooks, but she soon found another one.

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Cooks told investigators she did not remember much of the incident. She remained in jail as of Saturday evening.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.