Police say Louisville woman stabbed victim, assaulted police and EMS workers
A Louisville woman is facing numerous charges after police say she stabbed a man and assaulted police and EMS workers.
Thursday, April 9th 2015, 9:40 am EDT
Thursday, April 9th 2015, 9:56 am EDT
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville woman is facing numerous charges after police say she stabbed a man and assaulted police and EMS workers.
According to the arrest report, it happened Wednesday around 3 a.m. in the 3800 block of W. Muhammad Ali Blvd. That's where police say they found the victim in a residence with "multiple abrasions and stab wounds." The victim told police 34-year-old Neona Crumble attacked him with a small knife with a blue handle.
Police say they found a knife with a blue handle under the stove in the kitchen.
After officers arrested Crumble and placed her in the patrol car, police say she escaped, but was quickly located and restrained again. Police say she was "combative," kicking two officers. She also kicked out the window of the patrol car.
According to court documents, as Crumble was being booked into jail, EMS was called to treat lacerations on her hands. That's when police say Crumble bit an EMS worker.
She's charged with one count of assault - domestic violence, one count of tampering with physical evidence, one count of escape, one count of assault of an EMS worker, two counts of assault of a police officer, and one count of criminal mischief.
Crumble remains jailed at Louisville Metro Corrections on a $10,000 cash bond.
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