Screenshot via KSAT newscast
It may be Holy Week for Catholics in San Antonio, but it's also been a week for stabbings here.
In the latest, a woman was wounded with a razor blade following an argument at a West Side home late Wednesday night. According to reports
, the attack occurred around 11:30 p.m. on the 3400 block of West Laurel Street near North General McMullen Drive and Culebra Road.
Wednesday night's incident comes after a woman was stabbed by a relative following an argument
early Tuesday morning. That same day, a woman was reportedly stabbed by a man she met on a dating app
two days prior.
The most-recent stabbing followed an argument between the victim and a man, though reports on the reason for the conflict differs. A report from KENS 5
said the pair were smoking meth in the backyard when the man accused her of cheating on him. He reportedly sliced into the woman's back with a razor blade.
Meanwhile, KSAT reports
the woman was threatening to leave her boyfriend prior to the attack.
The woman was transported to University Hospital where she reportedly received stitches
. The man was taken into custody and police are continuing their investigation
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