Janesville woman accused in Sunday stabbing

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Gazette staff
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
— A woman stabbed a man during a domestic dispute Sunday morning, according to Janesville police.

The man, Arcelious D. Davis-Isaac, 21, underwent surgery at Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center, where he remained hospitalized Monday night.

The woman, Shelena R. Clark, 22, was jailed pending a court appearance Wednesday.

Clark was arrested on charges of reckless injury while armed as a domestic violence incident.

Police were dispatched at 5:15 a.m. Sunday to 167˝ S. Jackson St. They believe Clark cut Davis-Isaac’s finger and stabbed him in the abdomen with a kitchen knife during an altercation.

Davis-Isaac fled the scene before police arrived. He was found walking near the Milwaukee Street bridge.

Davis-Isaac was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and battery/domestic violence and on two warrants, one from the Wisconsin State Patrol for driving without a license and one from Rockford, Ill., police for possession of a controlled substance. He was to be jailed after his release from the hospital.

Davis-Isaac also was wanted by Janesville police for questioning regarding a previous domestic incident in which he was reported to be the suspect, according to the release.

Last updated: 5:05 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

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