LV bar stabbing earns plea

(KAIR)--A Leavenworth woman who stabbed a man at a Leavenworth bar in September last year pleas to attempted aggravated battery.

24-year old Kami Housworth entered the plea last week in Leavenworth County District Court, according to a release from the office of Leavenworth County Attorney Todd Thompson.

According to the release, the stabbing occurred in the parking lot of Leavenworth's Pour Decisions Bar, located at 2001 Dakota Street, where Leavenworth Police were called around 1:00 on the morning of September 17, 2023. The release explains they were called due to "a couple engaged in an argument in the parking lot" of the bar. As staff and patrons were attempting to remove the couple, and one patron was trying to get another to leave, Housworth attacked the patron with a knife, prior to Housworth being "slammed to the ground," prior to her fleeing from area with the man she had previously been arguing with.

Housworth, and the man she had been arguing with, identified as 25-year-old Leavenworth resident Thomas Will-Arguelles, were late located, and she was arrested.

He is a co-defendant in the case, facing charges of battery and interference with law enforcement.

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