A Carrollton woman was arrested Thursday after police said she attacked her boyfriend with a pan of boiling water after catching him with another woman.

Officers said the man retaliated by chasing after her and firing multiple times at her vehicle.

Angel Hood, 22, was charged with aggravated assault and aggravated battery by the Carrollton Police early Thursday morning.

Dan Davidson, 25, of Carrollton was hospitalized for his injuries, according to ACE Unit Investigator Kelly Bennett.

Police were called to an apartment at Carrollton Crossing on Maple Street around 12:20 a.m. to an incident that occurred moments earlier.

Bennett said Hood entered Davidson’s home and found him asleep with another woman in bed.

Officers said she then boiled a mixture of water and bleach in a pan, poured the liquid on Davidson and hit him in the head with the same pot.

Bennett said Davidson did not know who had attacked him, but chased after them with a weapon. While outside the residence, police said he fired 15 rounds at a vehicle driven by Hood as it drove away. Nine rounds struck the vehicle, but Hood was not injured, according to Bennett.

Responding officers took Hood into custody for further questioning. Hood was placed under arrest and sent to the Carroll County Jail after being interviewed, according to a police report.

Bennett said Hood could face further charges since it is an ongoing case.

As of Friday afternoon, she is currently in jail and bail is not set.