ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An Albuquerque woman is accused of letting her young children wander around without supervision and then trying to stab her neighbor.
Krishell Jaramillo, 30, was in court Saturday charged with aggravated assault.
Police say they were called to her apartment on Morris Street NE between Comanche and Candelaria earlier this month.
They say they found Jaramillo's three young children running in and out of the apartment.
Jaramillo was nowhere to be found, and police say they found drug paraphernalia that could be accessed by her kids.
Later that afternoon Jaramillo's neighbor called police saying she broke all of his windows and was chasing him with a butcher knife.
Jaramillo took off in her car; her neighbor was unharmed, police said.
Jaramillo was arrested Friday and remains jailed under a $25,000 cash bond.
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