Woman Stabs Classmate During Anger Management Class

Seattlepi reports –

This is probably going to hurt her grade. A 19-year-old Bellevue woman is behind bars on allegations that she stabbed another young women at Bellevue College during an anger management class. At 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Bellevue police were called to the college’s north campus following a report that a woman had been stabbed in the arm following an argument.

Arriving at the scene, officers found suspect Faribah Maradiaga leaving the Nothrup Way building’s lobby. Maradiaga has since been charged with second-degree assault on allegations that she stabbed an anger management classmate in the arm with a folding knife. Speaking with officers, the alleged victim said she was seated in the classroom watching an anger management video when Maradiaga started complaining about the video. “(The victim) told the suspect that the video was good and to give it a chance,” the Bellevue officer said in court documents. “The suspect responded by saying, ‘Bitch, (expletive) you, I know you ain’t talking to me.'” The officer noted that the victim responded in kind, telling Maradiaga, “Bitch, I know you ain’t talking to me.” The argument intensified, then the victim noticed Maradiaga was armed with a knife, the Bellevue officer claimed. Prosecutors contend Maradiaga stabbed the woman twice in the shoulder and once in the left arm. Afterward, according to charging papers, Maradiaga threatened to kill the woman and her family. Speaking with police, Maradiaga allegedly admitted to the stabbing but claimed the victim had threatened her prior to the stabbing. Briefly jailed following the incident, Maradiaga is expected to be returned to custody on $50,000 bail.

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