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Police hunt for female accused of city stabbing
Aug 03, 2006 12:00 am
Local police are on the lookout for a Nashville woman indicted for a brutal stabbing Memorial Day weekend.
Priscilla Caldwell, 44, was indicted by a Wilson County grand jury for attempted first-degree murder. Lebanon Police Chief Scott Bowen claims Caldwell stabbed another woman May 27 in Inman Court.
The victim was transported via LifeFlight helicopter to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, but has since recovered from her injuries, Bowen said.
Now police are looking for the woman suspected of the brutal stabbing. She is described as a black female who is 5-feet, 2-inches tall and weighs about 130 pounds.
"There was some type of altercation, and our victim ended up getting stabbed by Mrs. Caldwell," Bowen said.
While Caldwell's driver's license lists a Nashville address, Lebanon Police say she has been seen in Lebanon lately.
"… We've had several tips she is back over in Inman Court, and … we'd really like anybody with any information to help get her into custody. She is very dangerous."
Bowen did not disclose the evidence against her, but said, "We're sure she's the one responsible for it … we had enough evidence to have her indicted."
Bowen requested anyone with information to contact police.
Staff Writer Jason Cox can be reached at 444-3952 ext. 45 or by e-mail at email@example.com.