Key West, FL (November 17, 2018) – Based on police reports, a Florida Keys man was stabbed while he was attempting to break up a domestic battery incident.
Later, authorities arrested 24-year old Key West resident Ashley Toni Ann Grinion at approximately 10:31 PM at 230 Simonton Street. Later, she was sent to the Stock Island Detention Center for aggravated battery (with a deadly weapon), strangulation (domestic battery), and resisting arrest. All charges were listed as felonies.
Legal officials have set Grinion’s arraignment for November 29, 2018 at 8:45 AM, and her bail has been set at $210,000.
Initially, a police spokeswoman explained the information was scant.
Later, 35-year old Adam Price was stabbed after attempting to escape and separate the culprit from 25-year old Shakiya Cruz. Sometime later, he was transported via air ambulance to a Miami Hospital. At some point, he was released.
Violent Crimes in Key West
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