A Terre Haute woman is accused of stabbing her boyfriend during a domestic dispute.
Katlynn Bullock appeared in Vigo County Court Tuesday to face charges of domestic battery by means of a deadly weapon and domestic battery resulting in serious bodily injury.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Bullock is accused of hitting her boyfriend in the head with a frying pan when he told her he was leaving her. But she didn’t stop there. She also hit him with a coffee pot and a coffee mug before stabbing him with a kitchen knife.
A judge ruled that probable cause exsisted to charge Bullock. The state was given 48 hours to formally charge her. An order was also issued barring Bullock from contacting her ex.