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Arrested: Woman admits to stabbing

LAWTON, Okla._Lawton police arrested a woman Thursday morning after she admitted to stabbing a man.

Police met with a man on the 900 block of Southwest 7th Street early Thursday morning after he told them a girl he’d never seen before stabbed him as he walked down the street. Police say when they found the suspect, Kelsey Grassrope, she had blood on her and was holding a small pocket knife. Grassrope admitted to police that she stabbed the man once, but said it was inside a home and she mentioned the man by name.

Police say Grassrope has not given an account as to why the stabbing occurred, and they say the man was stabbed a total of three times in the chest and upper back. The man was taken to a hospital for his injuries.

Grassrope was arrested and taken to the City Jail at 4:38 a.m. for assault with a dangerous weapon and a city warrant.

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