Oklahoma woman arrested for stabbing 11-year-old daughter

Oklahoma woman arrested for stabbing 11-year-old daughter

Cummings says he always felt his daughter was safe when she played over at Ahmad's and is still shocked that the news story rattling his town involves his neighbor.

One of the remaining children Ahmad, a nine year old who managed to escape to the house of relatives, told the police that her mother was "the rope that she tied the hands of his sister and stuck socks in his mouth", and then stabbed.

The 11-year-old who was stabbed several times was reportedly still unconscious as of Tuesday morning.

Ahmad was booked into the Tulsa County Jail on complaints of assault and battery with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, child abuse and first-degree arson.

An Amber Alert says Ahmad could also be driving a black Lexus RX300 SUV with paper tags, a 2011 Ford Escape or a navy blue Ford sedan.

The 9-year-old girl fled to a nearby residence, where some of her extended family live, and called for help.

Police said a patrol officer found 39-year-old Taheerah Ahmad around midday in a vehicle in downtown Tulsa.

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The 11-year-old was in critical condition when she was taken by ambulance to a hospital.

The aunt went to the house where she discovered the stabbed girl and a fire burning in the kitchen, which she put out, police said.

Police have been searching for seven-year-old Hafza Hailey.

Update: (4 p.m.) Tulsa Police Sgt. Shane Tuell said Taheerah Ahmad told investigators during interviews on Tuesday afternoon that she had become upset after observing that two of her children were reading a book, though it is not known what book they were reading. Police issued an Amber Alert for the missing 7-year-old.

Tulsa police Officer Jeanne MacKenzie told the newspaper when authorities arrived they found the 11-year-old "was stabbed so many times that officers and EMSA on the scene couldn't even count them".

Police aren't sure where Ahmad may be headed.

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