CENTER, TX (KTRE) - Center police have arrested a Center man accused of stabbing a woman over an argument about a can of beer while he was high on PCP in March.
Jason Lammon Stansberry, 35, is charged with second-degree aggravated assault and public intoxication.
According to a press release, police responded to Wiseman Street on March 24 and found Elizabeth Suell, 48, with a large wound around her inner thigh. Suell told police she was on Mildred Street when she got into an argument with Stansberry over a can of beer. She said she turned to walk away from him when Stansberry stabbed her. She told police she thought Stansberry was high on PCP and still on Mildred Street.
Police found Stansberry on Shelbyville Street and said he appeared to be high on PCP and placed him into arrest.
Police later obtained a warrant on the felony for Stansberry.
Suell was taken by helicopter to a Shreveport hospital and was released three days later.