MI Woman Stabbed at State Park Beach After Argument Over Dog
A beach in Michigan's Upper Peninsula saw a chaotic scene over the weekend as a 27-year-old woman was stabbed after an argument over a dog.
On Saturday, State Police were called to the scene at McLain State Park in the Keweenaw Peninsula. Reports say that a woman was stabbed twice while at the beach in the park, once in the upper arm and once in the abdomen. After the incident she was taken to a local hospital, treated, and released.
Her attacker was arrested and taken to the Houghton County Jail and being charged with assault with a deadly weapon. The incident is still being investigated as to what the actual dispute was about. Many state parks in Michigan do allowed leashed pets in the parks and in the campgrounds. The beach is roughly two miles long on the shore of Lake Superior halfway between Calumet and Hancock in the Upper Peninsula.