An 18-year-old Chicago woman faces two counts of aggravated battery after a stabbing Thursday on Batavia's east side, according to police.
Cyrenthia D. Williams, of the 5100 block of west Concorde Place, is accused of stabbing a 26-year-old Aurora woman with a knife, according to a press release.
The incident happened inside a unit at the complex, 1259 E. Wilson St. Police said they were dispatched to the scene at 7:39 p.m. Thursday.
Upon arrival, officers found the Aurora woman, who said she had been stabbed with a knife.
A verbal argument between the Aurora woman and Williams turned physical, at which point Williams stabbed the woman while they were inside of an apartment, police said after an initial investigation.
The Aurora woman was transported to Delnor Community Hospital in Geneva with non-life threatening injuries. She was treated and released.
Chicago Woman Charged, Jailed
Williams was taken into police custody without incident.
Batavia Police contacted the Kane County State's Attorney's Office, who authorized the following charges on Williams:
- One count of Aggravated Battery—Bodily Harm
- One count of Aggravated Battery—Deadly Weapon
The aggravated battery charges are Class 3 felonies. If convicted of any of the felonies, Williams could be sentenced to up to five years in prison, according to sentencing guidelines in the state statute.
Williams was transported to the Kane County Jail to await morning bond call.
3 Batavia Stabbings in 2012
This is the second reported stabbing at Batavia Apartments and the third stabbing overall in Batavia in just over three months:
- A on April 30 at the Batavia Apartments complex. The man was pronounced dead at Delnor Hospital and the woman faces two counts of first-degree murder.
- A on May 21 in a Suncast Corporation parking lot, 701 N. Kirk Road. He faces one count of First Degree Attempted Murder and two counts of aggravated battery.
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