UPDATE: Domestic dispute leads to stabbing, leaving one person injured

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Shelby Soberano

LANCASTER, Lancaster County, Pa. — An early morning stabbing in Lancaster was the result of a domestic dispute, according to Lancaster police.

According to police reports, Shelby Soberano, 24, and the victim, 32, were involved in a physical altercation. During the dispute, Soberano scratched the victim near his eye and punched him in the head several times. He was also stabbed in the thigh with a paring knife.

She has been charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, endangering the welfare of children and resisting arrest.

Soberano also attempted to use her six-months-old child as a shield when police tried to arrest her. She also tried to punch the victim while holding the child.

Police also said she tried to injure herself by hitting her head against the police car while in custody.

PREVIOUSLY REPORTED: One person was stabbed overnight in Lancaster City.

It happened along the 200-block of Hershey Avenue around 1:40 a.m. on Saturday.

Police say a male victim was stabbed and taken to a local hospital. His injuries are non-life threatening.

Authorities charged Shelby Soberano, 24, with aggravated assault, simple assault, endangering welfare of children and resisting arrest.

Soberano is currently in custody.

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