Woman stabbed during anger management class
A woman in Bellvue, Wash., is accused of stabbing another woman during an anger management class.
The Seattle Times reports that Faribah Maradiaga is charged with second-degree assault after police allege she "blew up out of control" and stabbed a classmate in the arm and shoulder several times with a three-inch blade Saturday.
Maradiaga was reportedly complaining about a video the class was watching, when the victim told her "the video was good and to give it a chance." The two women exchanged words and violence broke out, police said.
Maradiaga, who was already facing another pending assault charge, reportedly told police the other woman started it.