SHEBOYGAN — A 27-year-old Sheboygan woman is accused of stabbing her boyfriend during a disturbance.
Tierra L. Slaton, who resides at Country Village on Sheboygan’s far south side, was charged in Sheboygan County Court with felony second degree recklessly endangering safety-domestic abuse and misdemeanor disorderly conduct after police were called to the apartment complex last week.
According to the criminal complaint, the victim told police he was stabbed by his girlfriend on February 2nd. The victim was lying on the floor and a police officer saw a small laceration on the inside of his left forearm, as well as abrasions on his left wrist. The victim told officers that Slaton had stabbed him with a large knife in which he was able to take away from her and place in a drawer.
The victim went on to tell police that at one point, Slaton also chased him out into the parking lot while she was armed with two smaller kitchen knives, causing him to slip and fall.
According to the criminal complaint, an argument started between the two because Slaton did not want her boyfriend to return back to Milwaukee and she thought he was not going to give her rent money that he reportedly owed. The victim told police that Slaton threw and damaged his car stereo face plate and cellphone.
When police spoke with Slaton, who was very hysterical, she told officers she had gotten into an argument with her boyfriend about money for rent and him leaving to get a tattoo on his face. She admitted to grabbing a big butcher knife, and heading towards the victim in the bedroom.