Girl, 16, accused of stabbing other teens in family fight
Inez Olivia Hudson was released, but will be tried as adult
A 16-year-old girl was arrested for allegedly stabbing two teenage boys -- one of them at least four times -- with a kitchen knife during a family argument in the 18200 block of Northeast Everett Street.
Inez Olivia Hudson, 16, of Gresham was arrested at noon Friday, March 23, on accusations of first-degree assault and second-degree assault. A judge ordered her released from jail and into a guardian's custody.
Hudson allegedly committed Measure 11 crimes, and will be tried as an adult, said representatives with the Multnomah County District Attorney's Juvenile Division.
Gresham police detectives reported that during a fight among multiple people, Hudson grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed a 16-year-old boy twice in the leg, saying she was going to kill him.
A 17-year-old boy tried to grab the knife from her as she was about to stab the other boy in the head, detectives reported, causing a severe cut on his hand.
Detectives reported the fight moved to the living room, where she rearmed herself with a kitchen knife and stabbed the 16-year-old boy in the arm and in the chest area.
Hudson allegedly fled the house and ditched the knife, which police later recovered.
Detectives said Hudson went to a Subway, where she stayed for about 20 minutes, then went to her father's home in Gresham.
Each of the teenagers has a different surname, but police believe the fight was over a family argument.