A WOMAN has been charged after allegedly stabbing another woman in the face in a frenzied attack at a pub in the NSW Hunter region.
Police said the two women, aged 25 and 33, became involved in an argument at a licenced premises on Vincent Street in Cessnock about 1am last Sunday, May 5, and as a result, the older woman was evicted.
A short time later, the 33-year-old allegedly returned to the venue and stabbed the younger woman multiple times in the back and face as she was walking out of the building.
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Bystanders rushed to the injured woman’s aid and flagged down a passing police car.
The 25-year-old was taken to John Hunter Hospital for treatment before being released the following day.
Following extensive inquiries, the 33-year-old woman attended Cessnock Police Station yesterday afternoon where she was arrested and charged with wounding a person with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
She was remanded in custody overnight and due to appear in Maitland Local Court today.
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