Macon police investigate unrelated stabbings

Macon police are investigating a stabbing that took place Thanksgiving morning, as well as one that took place Sunday morning, reports state. The two stabbings are unrelated.

The first report stated officers responded to a call on Prentice Place at 1:18 a.m. The complainant, Milton Granville, 42, told officers he was arguing with his girlfriend, who then allegedly stabbed him with a kitchen knife in his right arm.

Police arrested Alice Lee Cain, 45, and charged her with aggravated assault and disorderly conduct. When asked why she stabbed Granville, Cain reportedly told officers that she was tired of the way he tried to run the house.

The report stated Granville and Cain were “highly intoxicated.”

In the other incident, police responded to a report of a confrontation during a get-together. The victim, Debra Spencer, 52, told officers everyone had been drinking, and an argument got heated. Spencer walked outside, and the suspect allegedly followed her out and stabbed her. She had a cut on her right side, the report stated.

No arrest had been made by Monday evening.