Woman stabbed mother 7 times, attacked neighbor, police say
A West Valley City woman is accused of stabbing her mother seven times and then attacking a neighbor by hitting him with the lid of a pot. The woman, police say, had to be subdued after she went after police with a copper pipe.
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