CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – The Charleston Police Department (CPD) is investigating after a woman was reportedly assaulted at a downtown homeless shelter.

Police responded to 529 Meeting Street, which is the Navigation Center, around 6:17 p.m. after a woman said she was beaten with a golf club by another homeless individual, according to a report.

It all began after a woman said she and an unnamed individual attempted to cash disability checks — but the woman did not have her driver’s license at the time.

Later, the woman stated that she was laying in a bed when she was attacked. According to the report, the victim was struck in the arm and on the nose. “It should be noted that the only visible injury … was a scrape on her left arm,” the report stated.

The other individual allegedly screamed at the victim during the assault and said that she owed him money.

The victim was taken to the Medical University of South Carolina for treatment.