Carmel Valley woman arrested for allegedly stabbing husband

By City News Service

A woman is in custody on suspicion of stabbing her husband in the stomach with a large kitchen knife during a fight in Torrey Highlands.

It happened the evening of Sunday, Oct. 6, in the 7400 block of Collins Ranch Court. San Diego police say the man suffered a life-threatening injury. His wife is currently jailed on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. Police say she told them that her husband taunted her and dared her to stab him.

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