A College Station woman was arrested Friday night after authorities say she stabbed a man in the shoulder.
According to College Station police, around 11 p.m. Friday first responders were dispatched to an apartment complex on Redmond Drive on a report of a possible robbery. When authorities had arrived, they were told a stabbing victim had been taken to the College Station Medical Center.
Police spoke to the victim at the hospital while he was being treated for a stab wound to his right shoulder. The man said he and 19-year-old Holly Breann Boyd, whom he knows, had gotten into an argument in one of the apartment units. The man said Boyd shoved him and he shoved her back, knocking her to the ground. When she stood up, the man told authorities she grabbed a pocket knife and said “I’m going to stab you,” before stabbing him in the shoulder, a police report notes.
Authorities spoke to Boyd, who admitted stabbing the man, but said it was accidental.
Boys is charged with aggravated assault of a family member/dating violence with serious bodily injury, a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison and $10,000 in fines. She remains in the Brazos County Jail. Bond has not yet been set.