Woman Accused Of Stabbing Ex, His Girlfriend On MTA Bus
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A woman has been accused of stabbing her ex-boyfriend and his girlfriend while riding on a MTA bus.
Officials with the Metro Nashville Police Department said 24-year-old Leaddia Eubanks has been accused of stabbing Clint Lanford, age 22, and his 19-year-old girlfriend Nyamal Kuol. The incident was reported just before 10:30 Tuesday night, on a bus inside the downtown terminal.
Eubanks allegedly pulled a knife and exchanged words with the couple as the bus pulled away from the terminal. Police said Lanford attempted to get the knife away from her and was wounded in the shoulder and wrist.
Kuol was said to have been wounded on the arm.
The driver immediately stopped the bus and Eubanks was taken into custody at the scene. Lanford and Kuol were taken to St. Thomas Midtown Hospital, where they were treated and later released.
Eubanks was charged with two counts of aggravated assault.