GOWANDA, N.Y. (WIVB) - A 48-year-old woman is charged with attempted murder after she stabbed her ex-boyfriend and woman during a violent domestic dispute early Friday morning on Chestnut Street in Gowanda, police say.
Carol Silverheels, a.k.a. Carol Fisher, went to the home of an ex-boyfriend around 5:30 a.m. and began arguing with him. The argument became physyical, and police say Silverheels punched her 46-year-old ex-boyfriend and a 47-year-old woman who was also present. According to authorities, Silverheels became even more violent, pulling out a 13-inch butcher knife and stabbing the woman in the back and the hand and sinking the knife into her ex-boyfriend's chest.
Silverheels fled the scene but was caught two blocks away by Gowanda Police. She is facing a long list of charges, including second degree attempted murder, first degree assault, second degree menacing, and fourth degree criminal possession of a weapon.
The female victim was treated and released from Lakeshore Hospital. Silverheel's ex-boyfriend was flown to ECMC by Mercy Flight, where he is listed in serious but stable condition.
Silverheels is locked up in the Cattaraugus County Jail on $25,000 bail.
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