Springfield woman arrested for stabbing involving steak knife


A Springfield woman was arrested Saturday, accused of stabbing a man in the chest and arm, according to a police report.

Iyana N. Carr, 23, of 830 E. Main St., was arrested on charges of felonious assault and domestic violence and was taken to the Clark County Jail.

Officers responded to a residence in the 1500 block of Winding Trail around 3 p.m. Saturday. Medics treated a man for stab wounds on the left forearm and on the left side of his chest, according to the report. The man told police he began arguing with Carr and went outside to get his clothes, and when he tried to go back inside, she had a steak knife.

Police recovered a steak knife in the kitchen and took photos of blood spattered around the house, according to the report.

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