Police: Milford woman arrested after trying to stab man, children

Elizabeth Allman

Elizabeth Allman

MILFORD – A 31-year-old Milford woman was arrested May 5 after she allegedly threatened a man and two children with knives during a domestic dispute, according to Milford City Police.

Elizabeth Allman was taken into custody and charged with possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony, three counts of aggravated menacing, three counts of terroristic threatening, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia, Milford Police Det. Dwight Young said.

Ms. Allman was also wanted two capiases out of Justice of the Peace Court No. 7. Ms. Allman was arraigned and committed to Women’s Correctional Institution in default of $19,500 cash bond.

Milford police responded to a residence in 200 block of NE 10th Street after receiving a report of a domestic dispute with a female suspect armed with a knife.

Investigation revealed that Ms. Allman had been in a verbal dispute with the 37-year-old man. During the dispute Ms. Allman became irate and threatened to kill the man and two children in the residence, ages 6 and 16, police said.

According to police investigation, Ms. Allman then grabbed a beer bottle and threw it at the head of the 16 year old, just barely missing the teen.

Ms. Allman then obtained multiple knives in each hand and began swinging the knives at the man and the two children, in attempts to stab them, police said.

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