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Longmont Woman Accused of Using Broken Drug Pipe in Stabbing Formally Charged

December 24, 2018
Longmont Times-Call

A Longmont woman accused of stabbing another woman with a broken glass drug pipe and throwing a cigarette at a responding police officer was formally charged Friday at Boulder County Jail.

Karrine Faith Willis, 26, is charged with second-degree assault on a peace officer, third-degree assault, two counts of violating a protection order, and resisting arrest.

Willis is scheduled to appear in Boulder County District Court on Jan. 10 for a preliminary hearing. She is being held in jail on a $10,000 bond.

According to Longmont police, officers responded to an RV parked alongside a home on the 100 block of Rothrock Place late Dec. 18 and found a woman had sustained a laceration on her hand . Willis is accused of stabbing the woman with a broken piece of a glass drug pipe during an argument.

When officers arrived, Willis attempted to flee the area and flicked a cigarette at an officer, striking him in the face, police said.

The two women lived together in the RV, according to police.

Madeline St. Amour: 303-684-5212, mstamour@prairiemountainmedia.com

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