Two women arrested after separate stabbings in Syracuse

Two women were arrested in two separate domestic violence stabbings that happened on Saturday and Sunday in Syracuse.

The first happened Saturday at 1904 S. Salina St., not far from the Syracuse Model Neighborhood Facility and the Salvation Army.

Syracuse Police say 28-year-old Antoinette Johnson stabbed her boyfriend, 36-year-old John Jenkins, in the torso during an argument at about 11:36 p.m. Jenkins was taken to Upstate University Hospital with what police described as a "non-life-threatening injury."

Johnson was arrested for second-degree assault, a felony, and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon - a misdemeanor. She's being held in the Onondaga County Justice Center.

The second stabbing happened early Sunday at 610 Turtle St. on the city's Northside.

27-year-old Frencheska Bradford stabbed her boyfriend, 45-year-old Jesse Stubbs, twice in the back at 2:40 a.m. during an argument, according to police. Stubbs was taken to Upstate in serious condition.

Bradford ran off and was arrested not far from the home. She's charged with felony second-degree assault and misdemeanor fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, and is being held at the justice center.