South Bend police respond to stabbing following two women’s argument
A woman was taken to the hospital and another is in custody after an argument took a violent turn Thursday afternoon, June 5, in South Bend.
The Elkhart Truth’s reporting partner, WNDU, reported the South Bend Police Department responded to a stabbing at about 2 p.m. in the 100 block of East Fox Street, near Michigan Street.
Police told WNDU two women were arguing when one stabbed the other. The severity of the victim’s injuries is unknown.
A 46-year-old woman was arrested at the scene, but police have not found the weapon used during the stabbing, WNDU reported.
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