A woman was arrested after attacking a mother and her son with a boxcutter during a neighborhood dispute in Washington D.C. The incident left both victims injured and shaken.
Police officers in D.C. quickly responded to a report of a stabbing at the 900 block of Sixth Street, Southwest, just after 7:30 a.m. Officials stated that upon arriving at the scene, they found a woman who had suffered from multiple stab and laceration wounds to her body.
The stabbing incident was a result of a physical altercation between a woman and her neighbor, as confirmed by the police.
According to the police, the woman’s 6-year-old son also suffered from a minor laceration wound during the altercation.
Lateasa Hill, identified as the 43-year-old suspect, reportedly stabbed a mother and son before fleeing the scene. However, the officers were able to quickly locate Hill and apprehend her for the incident.
Police reported that the mother was taken to the hospital for medical attention and is currently in stable condition while her son received treatment right at the scene.
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