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Woman cuts person, swings knives around kids

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Crystal Noble (Source: LMDC) Crystal Noble (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A Louisville woman is facing a number of charges after she broke into an apartment and cut a person while looking for alcohol.

Louisville Metro police arrested Crystal R. Noble, 29, on the afternoon of April 16.

According to LMPD, after Noble got into an altercation with the victim she went into the kitchen, grabbed a knife and cut the victim on the right hand. The arrest report says Noble was swinging the knife in the presence of three small children.

The victim and children were able to get out of the apartment and left in a vehicle, but Noble followed them in her own car. The victim drove to the LMPD 7th Division headquarters on Outer Loop for help. Officers stopped Noble in the 6800 block of Fegenbush Lane. Police found the bloody knife on the floorboard of the car. Noble, who did not have her driver's license on her and was wearing no shoes, told officers she was going to pay her LG&E bill.

Noble is charged with one count of assault, four counts of wanton endangerment and for failure to have her operators license.

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