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STABBING IN TRAILER PARK: CERES - A 17-year-old teenage girl was hauled off to Juvenile Hall on Mother's Day after she allegedly attacked a male with a knife in the Homestead Mobile Home Park in Ceres.

The girl, whose name was not released because of her age, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon.

Ceres Police Lt. Brent Smith said that the victim in the case, her sister's boyfriend, refused medical treatment at the scene.

Police said that the stabbing resulted from a prior altercation at a local lake where the youth had gathered earlier and drank alcohol. Something said at the lake led to an argument and one shoved another. When the youth came home to the Don Pedro Road trailer park, the offender went out of control, said Lt. Smith. The offender fetched a large kitchen knife and at one point held it up to her sister's throat. The boyfriend of the girl being threatened grabbed the teen and she began wildly stabbing into the air and stuck him in the hand. The victim sat on the suspect until the sister was able to grab the knife away from her. When police arrived at 11:33 p.m. the boy was still restraining her.

CHEESE BURGER ASSAULT ALLEGED: CERES - A 32-year-old Waterford resident, Donald Bedoy, was arrested for a minor domestic violence case after he threw a Wendy's hamburger into the face of his girlfriend during an argument.

Bedoy was also arrested for possessing shaved keys, and violating the probation for a prior stolen vehicle conviction.

The assault was reported in the 2900 block of Aster Court at 10:32 p.m. on May 7.