Woman accused of cutting boyfriend to the bone, biting officers
by MDJ staff
March 23, 2014 04:00 AM | 4079 views | 2 2 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print

A Marietta woman has been charged with attacking her boyfriend, cutting his arm to the bone and biting three police officers.

Danielle Judith Laprade is charged with felony aggravated assault, felony aggravated battery, felony aggravated assault of a police officer and misdemeanor battery.

Police say Laprade got into a verbal argument with her boyfriend when she began throwing furniture and breaking things inside of a unit at Rockledge Apartments on Powers Ferry Road.

She then pulled a lockblade silver knife and began swinging it at her boyfriend, according to an arrest warrant. The warrant states Laprade cut the victim’s shirt on his left bicep and left a small scratch on his outer bicep.

Police say when she swung the knife again, she cut a 3-inch laceration on his left foreman that cut to the bone.

Laprade is also accused of biting and scratching three police officers while resisting arrest. One officer sprained a left index finger, another officer was bitten on his right index finger and the third officer was bitten on her right hand.



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19 Hours Ago
This story does not make sense it's ridiculous- fingers would be the hardest thing to bite they are by the side of body's if there is a 3 foot women who can nip fingers I'm sure she can't throw furniture- looks like domestic violence arrest led to victim blaming - Self Defense I bet the boyfriend was throwing furniture ---- wasting taxpayer money and traumatizing the victim - nice justice system
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March 23, 2014
OK medical personnel -who thinks the officers should receive a rabies shot in addition to a tetanus booster?

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