A Nacogdoches woman faces a second-degree felony charge for assault after she reportedly sparked an altercation Tuesday.
Trinity Zmara N-Cole Adams, 19, could be sentenced to between two and 20 years incarceration and ordered to pay up to $10,000 in fines if convicted on the aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge.
Adams got into an argument with another person at 904 Oak Hill Plaza Drive which escalated when she reportedly retrieved a knife and threatened to “gut (the complainant) like a fish,” according to the arrest affidavit filed against her.
The complainant, who isn’t named in the affidavit, tried to wrestle the knife away from Adams “but was assaulted in the process.”
Adams’ bail was set at $10,000 by a justice of the peace, and she had posted bond by Thursday morning and was released, according to jail records.