Cynthia Irvin, 59-year-old, Charged and Arrested for Stabbing man on Tuesday

In Owensboro, a 59-year-old woman has been taken into custody and accused of assault. According to police reports, the woman allegedly stabbed a man several times on Tuesday.

At 8:21 p.m. on Tuesday, the Owensboro Police Department reported that officers were dispatched to conduct a welfare check in the 1300 block of West 2nd Street. According to officials, a male victim was discovered by officers with several lacerations, including two stab wounds on the left side of his back.

According to the OPD, the victim was taken by AMR to Owensboro Health Regional Hospital where they received treatment for injuries that are believed to be non-life threatening.

During the investigation, Cynthia Irvin was developed as a suspect by detectives. According to reports, Irvin was interviewed and subsequently arrested and charged with first-degree assault.

According to reports, Irvin has faced charges for the following offenses in the past:

In a case of domestic violence, the accused has been charged with second-degree assault.

Four counts of fourth-degree domestic violence assault resulting in minor injury have been reported.

In a recent incident, a person has been charged with 4th degree assault for domestic violence. The victim did not sustain any visible injuries.

A first-degree possession of a controlled substance charge has been filed against the individual for the possession of cocaine. This is the first offense.

In a recent incident, the individual was charged with first-time possession of drug paraphernalia.

Three counts of second-degree disorderly conduct have been reported.

Twenty-one counts of alcohol intoxication in a public place have been reported.

In breaking news, a suspect has been charged with resisting arrest.

A person was found to have given a false name or address to an officer.

If you have any further details regarding the matter, please contact the OPD at 270-687-8888. Alternatively, you can provide an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers by calling 270-687-8484.

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