Court documents about a stabbing that left a woman in critical condition are giving more insight into the situation.
ABC21 previously reported that on Wednesday, June 6, around 5:50 p.m., officers responded to a home in the 4500 block of South Hanna St. in reference to a stabbing investigation.
The victim, identified as Dominica S. Rogers, was found with a stab wound and was taken to a hospital where she was listed in critical condition.
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According to court documents, suspect Jevonda Nicole White arrived at a home in the 4500 block of South Hanna St. when she got out of her car and approached Rogers' Dodge Caravan.
White then began cutting the tires on the van when Rogers exited the van and walked away. Documents say White then chased Rogers around the van and said she would "get her" next time she saw her.
Rogers said White then swung her knife at Rogers multiple times before stabbing her in the left side of the face. Police said when they arrived, they found White holding the knife and ordered her to drop it.
White told police that she noticed a knife on the ground and picked it up and began cutting the tires on the van. She said she was not sure if she cut Rogers, and said she did not know who did.
Rogers had extreme blood loss causing shock and was taken to the hospital where doctors said she was cut on an artery and required 25 stitches to her chin, cheek and face. The doctor said she easily could have died from her injuries.