A Jackson woman is facing charges after police say she stole perfume from J.C. Penney, assaulted an employee and had a pair of brass knuckles concealed in her backpack. 20-year old Victoria Holderbaugh, is charged with second-degree robbery and unlawful use of a weapon. Sgt. Adam Glueck says police arrived at J.C. Penney about 7:15 p.m. Wednesday in response to a shoplifting report. Employees said Holderbaugh took three bottles of perfume and hid the merchandise in her backpack before leaving the store without paying. A probable-cause statement filed Thursday said “Outside of the north doors, she was contacted by loss-prevention associates who attempted to get Holderbaugh to come back in the store”. Holderbaugh grabbed a female associate and pushed, hit and scratched her. Employees said Holderbaugh was reaching for her backpack during the fight so she was handcuffed for safety. Cpl. Richard Couch was on the scene and says Holderbaugh stated that she was shoplifting perfume. The associate did not require medical attention. The perfume was recovered and employees also found two knives and brass knuckles concealed inside the backpack. Charges applied for include “forcibly stealing perfume” and “knowingly carried concealed upon or about her person” brass knuckles, a weapon “readily capable of lethal use.” Her bond was set at $50,000. Her initial arraignment is set for today at the Cape Girardeau County Courthouse.