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Court documents: Argument leads to assault with machete, fire extinguisher

Aaron D. McKee
Boone County Sheriff's Department
Aaron D. McKee

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)

An argument led to one man assaulting two others with a machete and a fire extinguisher Wednesday on Paris Road, according to court documents.

Police were sent Wednesday night to a home in the 1500 block of Paris Road in north Columbia for a disturbance with a machete. They arrested Aaron McKee, 38, of Columbia and prosecutors charged him with first-degree assault, second-degree assault and armed criminal action, all felonies.

An argument between McKee and two others ended up with McKee assaulting the two people with a machete and a fire extinguisher, according to a probable cause statement.

One victim told police that McKee stabbed him six times, punched him, bit his hand and used a fire extinguisher -- hitting him and trying to blind him with its spray, according to the statement.

A witness told police that McKee was on methamphatamine during the incident, according to court documents.

McKee remained in the Boone County Jail a $150,000 cash-only bond Friday.

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