A 22-year-old North Little Rock woman is accused of stabbing her neighbor in the arm during an argument.
Jasmine Hill was arrested Wednesday morning on a charge of second-degree battery.
Police say Hill and her neighbor got into an argument at the victim's home in the 2100 block of West 16th Street when Hill used a steak knife to stab the neighbor in the right forearm.
According to a North Little Rock police report, the man suffered a small puncture wound.
Hill was arrested at her home a short time later. Online records show she was booked into the Pulaski County jail about 8:15 a.m. and remained there Thursday morning with bail set at $10,000 on the battery charge.
Police say the knife used in the battery wasn't found.
The report didn't indicate what started the altercation.