A reported argument between two women Thursday afternoon at a Pine Bluff city park resulted in the arrest of both after they reportedly threatened each other.

A reported argument between two women Thursday afternoon at a Pine Bluff city park resulted in the arrest of both after they reportedly threatened each other.

Felicia Linell, 37, allegedly pulled out a knife and threatened Dayneisa Hill, 21, and Hill allegedly used her vehicle to hit a vehicle that Linell and her children were in, Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said during a court hearing Friday morning.

Police Detective Michael Roberts reported that police were sent to Martin Luther King Jr. Park at about 5 p.m. in response to a reported disturbance. Several witnesses said Linell and Hill had a “disagreement” about their children that turned into an altercation.

Kizer said Linell allegedly pulled out a knife and threatened and cursed Hill and Hill allegedly ran into Linell’s vehicle before police arrived.

He said neither Linell or Hill were “strangers to the criminal justice system,” with Hill having pending charges and Linell having been convicted of murder and served time in the penitentary.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth ruled prosecutors had probable cause to charge Linell and Hill with aggravated assault and set their bonds at $10,000 cash only each.

Bridgforth appointed the Public Defender’s Office to represent both women and told them to come back to court April 20.