A 22-year old Atlantic City woman and two teenagers from New York have been charged as the result of a stabbing at the Walmart on the Black Horse Pike at Fire Road in Egg Harbor Township.

The Press of Atlantic City is reporting that Egg Harbor Township Police charged the three with attempted assault.

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According to The Press, police arrived on the scene at 7:13pm Sunday for the report of a fight. Police found out about that a man had been stabbed, and the suspects were attempting to leave the area in a blue car.

Police were able to stop the car as it was leaving the parking lot, and the three were taken into custody.

Police, according to The Press, learned that an argument had taken place between the two teens - reportedly twin sisters - and a 32-year-old man. Reports says that one of the girls sprayed the man with pepper spray, and the other stabbed him.

The girls were arrested and taken to Harborfields Juvenile Detention Center in Egg Harbor City, and were charged with "aggravated assault, assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and conspiracy."

Also arrested was Arabia Crawford, 22, of Atlantic City, according to The Press. "Crawford was charged with aggravated assault, assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, conspiracy and use of a 17-year-old or younger to commit a criminal offense. She was sent to the Atlantic County jail."

Police say the victim, from Sicklerville, "was treated at the scene for injuries to his extremities."

This is the second stabbing incident at this Walmart in a week. The previous incident happened on Tuesday, March 9th. In that altercation, a 29-year-old man was stabbed, reportedly as he attempted to intervene as a fellow shopper was being harassed.

SOURCE: Press of Atlantic City

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