A reported domestic disturbance early Sunday morning at a house on the east side of Pine Bluff led to the arrest of two people who allegedly battered each other.

A reported domestic disturbance early Sunday morning at a house on the east side of Pine Bluff led to the arrest of two people who allegedly battered each other.

Angela King, 31, allegedly cut Torry Smith, 29, with a knife and Smith allegedly hit King, a probable-cause affidavit from police Detective Marsha Oliver said.

According to the affidavit, the disturbance was reported at 1:52 a.m. at a house in the 2300 block of East Sixth Avenue, and resulted from an argument between King and Smith about another female.

Oliver said in the affidavit that Smith had a cut on his right hand and King had scratches on her neck.

Jefferson County Judge Kim Bridgforth on Monday set a $2,500 bond for King after ruling that prosecutors had probable cause to charge her with second-degree domestic battery and aggravated assault.

A similar bond was set for Smith after Bridgforth ruled that prosecutors had probable cause to charge him with second-offense third-degree domestic battery because of a prior misdemeanor domestic battery conviction in 2011.

King and Smith were ordered not to have any contact with each other until the case is settled.