Woman facing felony in stabbing

Kassidy Martin

Kassidy Martin

A Carson City woman facing a felony in connection with a Jan. 2 stabbing is scheduled to be in East Fork Justice Court today.

Kassidy Robin Martin, 25, is being held on a warrant charging her with battery with a deadly weapon that was issued in March.

According to court documents, the altercation began when a 20-year-old Gardnerville Ranchos man was drinking with two teenage girls, including a 16-year-old at James Lee Park that night.

Deputies became involved when they received a call around 11:31 p.m. from a woman who said her friend had been beaten up and was bleeding. They found the man with a broken nose and a stab wound to the abdomen.

He was transported for treatment and had to undergo surgery for the knife wound.

According to the investigation detailed in the file, the man was parked with the girl when her father pulled up and punched him.

During the confrontation, Martin, who was the father’s girlfriend allegedly stabbed the man in the gut.

• A Churchill County man who fled from deputies on Aug. 9 appeared in East Fork Justice Court on Friday on burglary and obstructing charges.

Kyle Johnathon Cuthill, 28, was arrested after he ran from deputies.

He also has a $15,000 warrant for failing to appear on a possession of a controlled substance for sale.

• A 60-year-old California man walked into an Indian Hills apartment while the occupants were sleeping at 3 a.m. Aug. 10.

Monte Allen Walker is being held in Douglas County Jail on charges of burglary, possession of a controlled substance and trespassing after the residents called deputies.

Walker claimed someone invited him through the window, but both residents said neither recognized him and both were asleep.

During a search deputies four 1.4 grams of methamphetamine.


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