Woman accused of stabbing boyfriend during fight
PIERRE PART - Assumption Parish sheriff's deputies arrested a Pierre Part woman after investigators said she stabbed her boyfriend with a kitchen knife early Tuesday morning.
Deputies accused Tammy Daley, 45, of aggravated second-degree battery and domestic abuse battery.
Investigators said they were called to a residence on North Belle River Road around 6:40 a.m. When they got there, deputies said a man who lived there told them he and Daley got into a fight that morning, and she stabbed him in the chest with a small kitchen knife.
Deputies said the victim had a punctured lung, and EMS took him to Teche Regional Hospital in Morgan City.
Deputies booked Daley into the Assumption Parish jail, where her bond was set at $30,000. However, deputies said Daley has a hold from West Baton Rouge Parish where she was on probation for an aggravated second degree battery conviction.
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