Police: Baton Rouge woman attacked husband with knife
BATON ROUGE – Baton Rouge Police accused a woman of cutting her husband with a knife after an argument turned heated Saturday morning.
Baton Rouge Police said 30-year-old Carlor Collins told investigators that he was trying to leave his home when his wife, 28-year-old Megan Smith-Collins, attacked him with a knife.
The husband told police that Megan Smith-Collins struck him on the left side of his body and his right hand, causing him to bleed.
Carlor Collins told police that his wife was at 3501 Geronimo St. Police later found her at that location and placed her under arrest.
Collins told BRPD that she was trying to leave the residence and her husband would not let her leave. She said they began to fight and she grabbed a knife and cut him.
According to police, Collins said that after she cut her husband’s hand, she was able to leave.
Investigators said she did not have any signs of visible abuse or injuries.
Baton Rouge Police charged Megan Smith-Collins with aggravated battery with a knife and domestic abuse battery.
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