Mon., 10:07 pm: Woman wanted in brother's stabbing surrenders

WARREN TOWNSHIP — A woman accused in the weekend stabbing of her brother during a domestic squabble that escalated turned herself in to authorities on Monday.

Police charged Ebony Boston, 33, of Warren Township, with felonious assault. She was being held at the Trumbull County Jail on $25,000 bond after her arraignment in Warren Municipal Court on Monday. She is due back in municipal court for a preliminary hearing at 1:30 p.m. next Monday.

Police they were called to a disturbance at 655 Bane St., but couldn’t find anything, according to Warren Township police Chief Don Bishop.

Then at 8:14 p.m., township police were called to a home at 662 Oak St., where a man said he had been stabbed on Bane Street.

Cortez Boston, 40, told police that he had been fighting with his sister, 33-year-old Ebony Boston, with whom he lives at the Oak Street address. The siblings were pushing and shoving each other when Boston ran into the kitchen and grabbed two steak knives, reports state.

Police said Cortez Boston had at least three stab wounds and defensive wounds as well as cuts and scrapes to his hands.

He was taken to Trumbull Memorial Hospital for treatment. The home had blood everywhere, Bishop said the report read. Police reports were unclear how the victim ended up on Oak Street.

On Sunday, police indicated Ebony Boston was on the run.