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Shock as lady stabs and kills grandfather after being told to take a shower

by Paul Nyongesa
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In a tragic turn of events, a 22-year-old woman from Keithville, Louisiana, has been arrested after allegedly stabbing her grandfather during a dispute over personal hygiene.

The incident has shocked the community and raised questions about the factors leading to such a tragic outcome.

According to the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office, Carrington Harris was taken into custody following the altercation with her grandfather.

The dispute reportedly began when he asked her to take a shower. What should have been a routine request escalated into a violent confrontation.

As tensions flared, Harris’s response was far from ordinary. Instead of complying with her grandfather’s request, she began to destroy property within the house.

The situation took a more dangerous turn when she cut off the electricity from outside the residence.

Detectives from the Sheriff’s Office describe the events that followed as chaotic. In an attempt to prevent further destruction, the couple tried to intervene and restrain Harris.

However, she managed to break free and, to the shock and horror of those present, grabbed a kitchen knife.

Tragically, Harris used the knife to stab her own grandfather, causing serious injuries. After committing this violent act, she fled the scene, seeking refuge in the nearby woods.

Law enforcement launched an immediate search operation, and several hours later, Harris was apprehended while hiding behind a neighbor’s house.

Carrington Harris now faces serious legal consequences for her actions. She has been charged with two counts of misdemeanor domestic violence and one count of misdemeanor domestic violence with a dangerous weapon. Currently, she is being held at the Caddo Correctional Facility, awaiting legal proceedings.

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