SAN ANTONIO -- A 34-year-old woman was arrested after she allegedly forced her way inside a Northeast Side home and stabbed her ex-girlfriend.
Investigators say Nashia Renea Harrison showed up at the home where her ex-girlfriend and the ex-girlfriend's roommate live around 8:00 a.m. Thursday. The roommate told police he went to the front door after hearing someone knocking but was unable to see anyone through the peep hole. He said when he opened the door slightly to see who it was, Harrison pushed her way inside and ran to the ex-girlfriend's bedroom.
The ex-girlfriend told officers she woke up when Harrison attacked her and began stabbing her with a knife. She said during the attack, Harrison told her "I told you I was gonna kill you." When the ex-girlfriend began screaming, investigators say the roommate rushed into the room, pushed Harrison off her ex-girlfriend and forced her out of the house.
The ex-girlfriend was taken to University Hospital with stab wounds to her chest area and left forearm.
Harrison was later arrested for burglary of a habitation with intent to commit a felony, theft, or an assault.