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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


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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