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FARGO — A woman accused of stabbing three people at a downtown Fargo restaurant Thursday, May 13, has a history of attacking others with weapons, including a knife assault that happened less than a month ago. Ashley Ivy Larson, 30, of Fargo was slated to appear Friday, May 14, in Cass County District Court on three felony charges of aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon. Court documents revealed some new details about Thursday's attacks. Investigators alleged Larson stabbed Townsend before running to the nearby Mexican Village restaurant at Main Ave.
In the restaurant parking lot, Larson asked Low and Miles, two women she didn't know, for a ride, according to court documents. Larson then rushed at Low and stabbed her in the chest area before stabbing Miles multiple times, court documents allege. Low and Miles fled and Larson barricaded herself in the vehicle Low and Miles were getting into, court documents said. A nude Larson surrendered to police after a four-hour standoff. Authorities shut down a portion of Main Avenue near the Mexican restaurant during the incident. SWAT was called to the scene with armored vehicles and rifles.
Larson has a criminal history that includes assault, terrorizing, disorderly conduct for fighting and fleeing police. Court documents in that case said she tried to stab Adame with a knife. Adame was not stabbed, but Larson struck him with the handle of the knife, court documents said. Adame told police he was afraid that Larson might kill him, according to a criminal complaint.
Larson was charged with felony terrorizing in Cass County District Court but pleaded guilty to a lesser misdemeanor count on May 7. Judge Steven McCullough sentenced her to time served with a year of supervised probation.
Larson ly pleaded guilty in to two fifth-degree misdemeanor assault charges in Clay County District Court. Larson, who lived in the apartment, said she wanted the women out of the apartment, the complaint said. No injuries were reported in that case. Two felony counts of second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon were dismissed. Larson was back in Clay County Court less than a month later for a Jan. David Fairbanks, who shared with Larson, was found by police hiding in a closet, according to a criminal complaint.
He claimed an intoxicated Larson hit him with a bat and bit him, according to a criminal complaint. Larson pleaded guilty to a gross misdemeanor domestic assault charge in exchange for the dismissal of the more serious count of second-degree assault, a felony. Judge Michelle Lawson sentenced Larson to 60 days in jail with credit for 48 days. She had to be resentenced in that case to a year in jail after violating the terms of her parole when she gave police a false name in Clay County. She was being held at the Cass County Jail as of Friday afternoon. An attorney had not been ased to her as of publishing time.
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Crime and Courts Woman accused of Fargo stabbing spree has history of knife attacks Ashley Larson terrorized at least three other people with a knife in the past before stabbing three people near Mexican Village restaurant in Fargo, according to criminal complaints. She also hit a man with a baseball bat and bit him, court documents said. Written By: April Baumgarten pm, May 14, Ashley Larson is the suspect in the stabbing of three people on the southwest fringe of downtown Fargo on Thursday, May Suggested Articles.
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