2 Women Charged In Fatal Tulsa Stabbing
TULSA, OK -- Two women were charged Friday in connection with a fatal Tulsa stabbing.
Kimberly Railsback, 38, was charged with first-degree murder, while Laquita Bruner, 32, was charged with accessory after the fact, court documents show.
Keith Martin, 47, died at a hospital after beign stabbed in the stomach and arm Saturday night near Fifth Street and South Lewis Avenue.
Railsback admitted to stabbing Martin, but said he attacked her first, according to her arrest report. Witnesses reported the attack was unprovoked.
In an interview with police, Bruner said she hid the knife used in the stabbing. She led police to where the knife was buried, in the back yard of a residence in the 900 block of South Erie Avenue.
Railsback is being held without bond at the Tulsa jail, where Bruner also remains with bond set at $200,000 on the accessory charge.