Woman Charged With Stabbing In Southern Kentucky
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – A woman was arrested in connection with a stabbing in southern Kentucky on Sunday afternoon.
Deputies from the Warren County Sheriff's Department arrested Sarah Stevens, age 31, of Bowling Green, on charges of second degree assault and five counts of wanton endangerment.
Deputies were called to a home on Mt. Olivet Road in Bowling Green just before 4:15 p.m. Sunday, and found 40-year-old James Lindsey had been stabbed by Stevens during an altercation.
Investigators found Stevens came to the home, pulled out a knife, and was swinging it wildly. Lindsey allegedly stepped in to protect 27-year-old Loretta Chapman when he was stabbed.
Also present during the stabbing were four young children, ages 6 months to 8 years of age.
The extent of Lindsey's injuries was not known. No one else was hurt.
Stevens fled the scene, but was later arrested at a home Kenilwood Way. She was booked into the Warren County jail.
The motive for the stabbing was not released.