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Louisville woman arrested for allegedly stabbing someone with a steak knife

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Jaquila Moore (Source: LMDC) Jaquila Moore (Source: LMDC)
Robert Smith (Source: LMDC) Robert Smith (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - According to an arrest warrant, Jaquila Moore, 25, was arrested for stabbing a victim about 6 times with a kitchen steak knife.

Court documents stated, on September 1, Moore's younger sister and the victim got into a verbal altercation. The victim left her residence for about 30 minutes and when she returned home, Moore attacked her. Moore and the victim live about three doors from each other.

According to police, Moore told the victim, "I told you I would kill for my sister." Both Moore and her little sister then physically attacked the victim. Moore then stabbed the victim approximately 6 times with a kitchen steak knife in various places around her body.

The victim was transported by EMS to University Hospital. Moore is being charged with attempted murder.

According to an arrest report, Moore's boyfriend, Robert Smith, 26, was also arrested. He apparently knew her whereabouts when she was wanted by police and kept her hidden from authorities.

Smith was arrested for hindering prosecution.

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