A man was stabbed in the hand with a beer bottle after reportedly getting into an argument with a woman.
Officers were called to Newton Medical Center and met with the victim, who reportedly told them that he had been "talking" with a woman from DeKalb County named Linda Smith for six months.
He said the two got into an argument because he was seen with his "baby mama."
During the argument, the victim said that Smith broke a beer bottle on the curb of West and Carroll streets and stabbed him in the hand with it. He said she then got into a blue Camry and left the area.
Fight leads to knife threat
Officers were called to the Walmart parking lot Friday night after an angry woman reportedly pulled a knife on her husband.
When officers arrived, they spoke with a man who said that he’d had an argument with his wife and that she pulled a knife and punctured his tire before leaving.
He said that his wife Elizabeth Dohney, and he were in an argument earlier, so he left the house.
She called to ask where he was and he told her he had gone to Walmart.
Shortly thereafter, he said, Dohney showed up and banged the door of her vehicle against the right rear glass of his 2003 Ford Ranger, then demanded he let her into the truck to see if he had another woman with him.
He said he opened the door and let her see inside, then told her that he wanted to end their relationship.
At that point, the victim said his wife reached under the seat of her vehicle and retrieved a knife, then punctured the right rear tire of his truck before leaving.
This was done while Dohney’s 6-year-old daughter was in the car, according to the victim.