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Woman accused of stabbing her husband in Warrenville

Farris Marie Thomas-Gregerson Source: Aiken County Sheriff's Office Farris Marie Thomas-Gregerson Source: Aiken County Sheriff's Office
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Deputies tell Fox 54 they responded to the 400 block of Piney Heights Road for a stabbing Monday morning. When the responding deputies arrived on scene, they found a woman walking away from a home which was the location of the 911 call. The woman, who identified herself as Farris Gregerson, told the deputies that she and her husband were involved in a physical altercation. Farris told deputies that her husband struck her in the mouth. Deputies found Richard Gregerson inside his home suffering from apparent lacerations to his arm and abdomen. Investigators were able to determine that the altercation began after Richard and Farris were playing around where Farris was struck by Richard on her behind. At a point during the altercation, deputies say Farris then obtained a knife, cut and stabbed her husband. Investigators arrested Farris Marie Thomas Gregerson for Domestic Violence of a High & Aggravated Nature and Possession of Weapon during Violent Crime. She was transported to the Aiken County Detention Center without incident. Richard was transported to an area hospital for emergency care where he is listed in stable condition.

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