Woman arrested in southwest Oklahoma City stabbing
Officers arrested Elisha Hill, 34, on a complaint of domestic assault in connection with a stabbing Wednesday night outside a convenience store in southwest Oklahoma City.
Police arrested a woman accused of stabbing a man outside of a convenience store in southwest Oklahoma City Wednesday night.
Elisha Hill, 34, was arrested on a complaint of domestic assault and booked into the Oklahoma County jail.
Master Sgt. Gary Knight said officers responded shortly before midnight Wednesday to reports of a stabbing at a convenience store at 2201 SW 29. Hill was arguing with the man outside the store when she reportedly stabbed him, Knight said.
The man, who has not been identified, was taken to a hospital to undergo surgery, police said.
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