Toledo woman charged in alleged double stabbing attempt

Madison Gibson, 23, was charged with felonious assault with a weapon after two victims had to...
Madison Gibson, 23, was charged with felonious assault with a weapon after two victims had to be treated for knife wounds.(Lucas County Corrections Center)
Published: Oct. 3, 2022 at 3:26 PM EDT
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TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - A Toledo woman is currently facing charges after she allegedly attempted to stab two people last week.

According to court records, Madison Gibson, 23, was charged with felonious assault with a weapon after two victims had to be treated for knife wounds.

The incident happened on Sept. 30 on the 4400 block of Jackman Road. Court records say Gibson allegedly attempted to stab a woman in the chest, but the knife got stuck in the woman’s jacket. The woman suffered from multiple knife wounds and had to get stitches in her face and right hand.

Gibson then allegedly attempted to stab a man in the face and ended up causing a laceration to the man’s chin, which required stitches.

Gibson appeared in court on Oct. 3. According to court records, Gibson was released on her own recognizance and is scheduled to appear back in court on Oct. 20.

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