WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – A woman working as a home health aide said she was stabbed in the neck and face in Warren Friday afternoon.
After being released from the hospital, she came to the police station with a plastic bag containing a Swiss Army knife with dried blood on it.
The victim told police that she was working at the Warren Woods apartments on Palmyra Road around 1:30 p.m.
Her friend showed up in a car with the known female suspect, who said she used to date the victim’s friend.
The friend warned the victim to go back inside to avoid a fight, but the victim stayed outside.
According to a police report, the woman swung her arm at the victim’s head but the victim blocked it. She then realized she had pain from gashes in her neck and cheek.
The woman dragged the victim by the hair toward some bushes, according to the victim’s account.
Before the woman ran away, she dropped the knife used in the attack.
The victim’s injuries were not serious.