About 10:30 one night in mid-December, a Bibb County sheriff’s deputy wheeled into a Rogers Avenue apartment complex.
Some people in a Ford Explorer were leaving. A man inside said he was taking a woman in the SUV to the hospital because she had been stabbed with a fork.
The deputy called for an ambulance.
People in the Explorer, according to the deputy’s Dec. 16 report, said they were “all partying and drinking alcoholic beverages when a female, only identified as G’s brother’s girlfriend, made a comment” about a Macon man slain in a recent nightclub killing.
The wounded woman, 28, said she knew the man who’d died and was offended by the comment.
She “got angry about the comment and began attacking G’s brother’s girlfriend,” the report noted, adding that the girlfriend later grabbed a fork and stabbed the 28-year-old.
The report doesn’t say where the woman was stabbed, but she told the deputy she’d been cut with a knife, that the fight had begun while she and others “were all drinking and playing spades when someone got upset about losing.”
No one there seemed to know much else, the deputy noted.
“When I inquired about who ‘G’ and his brother and his girlfriend were, no one could give me a name or address.”
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