Oklahoma deputies jailed a woman Friday for putting a 5-year-old girl in a chokehold and then stabbing a man who tried to get her away from the child, according to KTUL.
The incident took place near Oologah Lake, northwest of Tulsa.
Rogers County deputies responded to a call about a stabbing and were told by witnesses that Keuetta Daniels grabbed the girl and put her in a chokehold after she threw sand on her.
John Reed-Basks then grabbed Daniels and tried to pull her off the little girl, but Daniels took out a pocket knife and stabbed him multiple times.
Deputies found a pocket knife on the scene that matched a description given by witnesses.
Daniels was arrested on charges of child abuse, domestic assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and domestic by strangulation, according to KJRH.
Jail records indicated Daniels was being held on $151,000 bond.
The relationship between the little girl, Daniels, and Reed-Basks wasn’t given by the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office, nor was Reed-Basks condition.
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[Featured image: Keuetta Daniels/Rogers County Jail]