PRO TIP: If Someone cuts you with "a 10" chef knife" after you tell them they can't smoke your medical marijuana, they are not your friend.
On Monday, October 29, police responded to a 911 call in Lower Queen Anne. According to the police report, a woman and her friend met up with another friend at his place at 3:30 a.m. Monday morning. As the police report states, "they talked for a little while and then [the future witness to the crime] fell asleep on the couch."
When the suspect asked if she could smoke some of the victim's medical pot and he said no, "she became upset." The "[woman] said that she was going to punch [the sleeping friend] to wake him up and they would leave," according to the police report. The guy told police "he stopped her from punching [the sleeping friend] and she ended up punching [the man] instead." When he told her to get out of his apartment, they tangled and "in the struggle they both fell to the ground."
According to the report, the suspect then got up, ran to the kitchen, grabbed a 10" chef knife and allegedly gashed the victim's arm. During the commotion, the witness woke up, "grabbed her from behind and said he attempted to 'choke her out.'" While the witness restrained her, the "[victim] grabbed all of the knives out of the kitchen and hid them behind his bed," after which he called 911.
Police went to the suspect's address to look for her, but she was gone. According the police, report the male victim had been "friends" with the female suspect for over three years. But attacking a friend with a knife over medical pot is usually enough to sever a friendship.