Eau Claire woman charged with stabbing boyfriend in the foot

Eau Claire (WQOW) – An Eau Claire woman faces charges after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend in the foot.

Second degree recklessly endangering safety is among the counts against Melissa Saheim.

According to the complaint, she and her boyfriend were arguing after returning from a night of drinking on Monday.

Police said when they arrived, there was a lot of blood on the floor as well as a serrated knife. Saheim claimed her boyfriend cut his foot on a broken glass. The victim told police Saheim cut him, then told him to clean up the blood.

Her blood alcohol level at the time was 0.28.

Saheim is free on $1,000 signature bond. She returns to court next month.
 

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