MAYFIELD TOWNSHIP, Michigan. – A woman accused of stab his mother in Michigan during an argument over smoking in the car was arraigned.
The soldiers were called around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday (July 14) to the side of the road on the M-37 south motorway near Court Avenue in Township of Mayfield.
A 64-year-old woman from Mesick, Mich., Said she, her daughter and two grandchildren went camping in the Upper Peninsula, officials said. The woman said they were returning to her home in Mesick.
The grandmother said she and her daughter, Jami Faye Evans, 45, of Havelock, North Carolina, had an argument the entire trip, according to MSP. She said the argument escalated when Evans lit a cigarette in the back seat of the car.
When the grandmother stopped to confront her, Evans stabbed her with a three-inch folding knife, state police said. This knife was found there.
Evans was arrested and taken to the Grand Traverse County Jail. She was arraigned Monday on one count of assault with a dangerous weapon and is being held in lieu of $ 10,000 bail.
She is due to return to court on August 5.
The 64-year-old was treated and taken to Munson Medical Center with a cut to her forearm, officials said.
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