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Facebook feud leads to stabbing of 3 women, cops say

Mike Martindale
The Detroit News

Pontiac — Deputies are investigating an early Tuesday morning incident involving a Facebook feud which allegedly resulted in a 17-year-old woman stabbing three other women with a steak knife.

Deputies are investigating an early Tuesday morning incident involving a Facebook feud which allegedly resulted in a 17-year-old woman stabbing three other women with a steak knife.

Oakland County Sheriff's deputies responded to a stabbing report in the 600 block of Neman Lane at 1:48 a.m. and found three victims.

The 17-year-old suspect is not in custody, but a preliminary investigation found there was an ongoing feud on Facebook between her and two of the victims, who are sisters. The three women got into a fight and the suspect stabbed one of the sisters, who is 18 years old, in the back. A second woman, who is 20, was cut in the neck and thigh and the 25-year-old woman trying to break up the fight received a minor stab wound in the leg-thigh area.

Two of the victims were taken by ambulance to an area hospital and the 25-year-old refused medical attention. None of the wounds appears life-threatening, deputies said.

mmartindale@detroitnews.com

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