A man was stabbed by his ex-girlfriend early Christmas morning.
According to reports, the victim said that his ex-girlfriend, Carla Cameron, 34, address unknown, showed up at his house in the 1200 block of Bridgewood Drive where she entered his house before realizing his new girlfriend was inside. She asked him to step outside to talk, where she began an aggressive altercation.At that time, the ex couple’s 12-year-old daughter was present. The upset female then left the scene, but returned several minutes later.
After the victim walked outside to tell her to leave, she lunged towards him, and he threw out his leg to shove her back. She then stabbed him in his leg with what he described as a serrated kitchen knife and fled the scene.
The victim obtained two puncture wounds and was transported to the West Georgia Medical Center where he was later released.
The case is still under investigation by the LaGrange Police Department.
If anyone has any additional information about this incident, please contact the LaGrange Police Department at 706-883-2603 or Troup County Crime Stoppers at 706-812-1000, or text an anonymous tip to TEXT-A-TIP at 274637, keyword “LAGRANGE.” Tips can also be submitted online at www.lagrangega.org or www.facebook.com/lagrange.police.
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