A mother and daughter were taken into custody early this morning after a dispute among neighbors in the Yuba County community of Linda left two people with stab wounds.
Yuba County sheriff's deputies responded shortly before 12:30 a.m. to the 5500 block of South Gledhill Avenue. They arrived to find a 43-year-old woman with a stab wound to her upper left arm. She also had allegedly been hit in the head with a baseball bat, according to a Sheriff's Department news release. She was taken to Rideout Hospital for treatment.
Deputies also learned that a second possible victim had left the scene.
Two suspects, Gloria Rosiles, 35, and her daughter, Sandra Rosiles, 21, were detained.
According to investigators, the dispute began when the victim's juvenile son was seen trying to take cigarette butts from the front porch of the Rosiles' home. At some point, Sandra Rosiles allegedly used a knife to stab the victim and another of the victim's sons, an 18-year-old. Gloria Rosiles also is accused of using a baseball bat to strike the female victim.
The woman suffered multiple stab wounds to her arm, authorities said. Her 18-year-old son was located and taken to Rideout Hospital with at least one stab wound to a shoulder. Both victims were treated for non-life-threatening wounds and released, according to the news release.
Sandra and Gloria Rosiles were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. Authorities said the knife believed to have been used in the attacks was located at the scene.