FROSTBURG — Two people were arrested Sunday following a stabbing at a National Highway residence that sent a Frostburg man to UPMC Western Maryland for treatment, according to the Allegany County Sheriff's Office.
The victim, Jesse L. Kennard, 32, of Frostburg and Texas, was treated following the 5 p.m. incident and released before being jailed at the Allegany County Detention Center on charges of first- and second-degree assault.
Also jailed was Amanda S. Shields, 32, of Frostburg and Baltimore, on the same assault charges following the incident that occurred at a residence in the 16000 block of National Highway.
Kennard and Shields remained jailed Monday without bond.
The stabbing reportedly took place during an argument in which Shields allegedly used an unspecified item to inflict the stab wound on Kennard, police said.