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Report: Spartanburg Co. woman attacks husband with knife for possible cheating

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Shahina Campbell (Source: Spartanburg Co. Sheriff's Office) Shahina Campbell (Source: Spartanburg Co. Sheriff's Office)

A woman in Spartanburg County is accused of trying to attack her husband with a knife after discovering he may have been cheating on her.

Deputies responded to the scene Sunday on Ford Drive around 9:30 a.m. According to the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, the 41-year-old man stated that his wife Shahina Campbell, 34, started arguing and then she threatened him with a taser and a large knife after she became angry when she looked at his cell phone.  

Deputies said that Campbell told them the argument started because she discovered he was cheating on her.

Deputies said Campbell left the residence with their children and then returned to the home alone, with a knife on her hands. They say the husband told them he forcefully removed the knife from Campbell's hand and secured it in his truck, when he returned to the residence, he said they agreed to talk things through.

After that, according to deputies, the victim told them Campbell punched, scratched and slapped him again, before proceeding to get another knife from the kitchen and walk towards him, but Campbell's mother of arrived and attempted to stop the disturbance.

Deputies say the man stated she attacked him again when he was trying run towards the door to exit the resident.  Deputies affirm that the victim had several  deep, bleeding scratches over his face and neck.

Campbell was arrested and charged with domestic violence in connection with the incident.

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