A 43-year-old Cusseta man has been charged with first-degree robbery and second-degree domestic violence following his Wednesday arrest after he was accused of assaulting a female victim with a knife, according to a news release from Capt. Lorenza Dorsey of the Auburn Police Division. The arrest of Willie Bonnor Huguley resulted after authorities addressed a disturbance at a business located in the 2500 block of Innovation Drive. Police were told Huguley had taken a female’s purse after physically assaulting her in the parking lot. Authorities further investigated the incident and discovered that the victim was a 34-year-old relative of Huguley, who’d confronted the victim when she arrived for work. Following a verbal confrontation, Huguley used a knife to attack the victim before fleeing. The victim was taken via a private vehicle to the EAMC emergency room so she could receive treatment for non-life threatening injuries. With the assistance of Lee County deputies, Auburn police found Huguley shortly afterward at his Cusseta residence. Huguley was taken to the Lee County Jail where he was was being held on a $155,000 bond.