Woman faces aggravated battery charges after allegedly attacking 2 at state fair
UPDATE (Feb. 6, 2018) –Keionyae Gray pleaded guilty to battery resulting in moderate bodily injury. Two other battery counts were dropped as part of a plea agreement. She was sentenced to 722 days in prison, with the sentence suspended to probation. She will have to attend anger management counseling and substance abuse treatment.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two people were cut by a knife at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Tuesday night.
State police Sgt. Stephen Wheeles says the incident happened in the midway area, where a lot of crowds gather.
Sgt. Wheeles says the knife attack was the result of an altercation between a group of females.
State police believe 24-year-old Keionyae Gray was the one who attacked the two victims using a box cutter-type knife. She was taken into custody at the scene and will be charged with aggravated battery.
Sgt. Wheeles says the victim suffered minor superficial wounds and were treated at the scene.
State police do not believe this incident is related to the hit-and-run that occurred at the state fair the same night.