Police: Argument over dog feces results in double stabbing

Police investigating double stabbing in north Tulsa (KTUL)

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) -- Police say two people were stabbed during an altercation Thursday afternoon at a north Tulsa home.

An officer on the scene near East King Street and North Quaker Avenue says a man and his roommate's girlfriend were arguing over who would pick up dog feces and the roommate got involved. The man and his roommate's girlfriend were both cut, him in the upper leg and arm and her in the hand.

The roommate was taken into custody.

No other information was made available.

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