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Woman Arrested for Stabbing Another Person During Altercation in Tulsa

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A 19-year-old girl was taken into custody after reportedly stabbing another person during fight.

Tulsa Police placed Alicia Duke under arrest late Tuesday night. She was booked on one complaint of assault with a deadly weapon.

According to a statement from TPD, officers were called to a parking lot at 3500 S. Sheridan Rd. for a disturbance that escalated between two people.

Duke allegedly entered into the fight and stabbed and unidentified victim in the side with a small knife. She proceeded to flee the scene.

Officers located Duke with the assistance of witnesses who followed her vehicle. Her vehicle also broke down in the area of 41st and Yale.

Emergency crews transported the victim to an area hospital with non-life threatening wounds. Duke was transported to the Tulsa County Jail.

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