Weedville Woman Jailed after Alleged Stabbing Incident

JAY TOWNSHIP – A 22-year-old Weedville woman, Rosalind A. Gursky, has been jailed after an alleged stabbing incident in Jay Township, reported the state police at Ridgway.

According to state police, on Saturday a “domestic incident” allegedly occurred along the northern side of Route 555. During the incident, Gursky allegedly stabbed the victim in his back with a knife.

The victim was holding the second victim, a toddler, in his arms when allegedly stabbed by Gursky. He sustained minor injuries as a result; the toddler wasn’t injured, state police said.

Gursky was taken into custody. She was arraigned on charges of aggravated assault with deadly weapon, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and harassment.

Gursky was lodged in the Elk County Prison in lieu of $10,000 cash bail. State police noted that the investigation is continuing into the alleged incident at this time.

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