Lawrenceville woman charged in stabbing tirade

LAWRENCEVILLE -- A Lawrenceville woman is behind bars on charges she stormed a home this week, armed herself with kitchen knives and attacked several people.

Aluanna Richardson, 18, is charged with felony aggravated assault and criminal trespass in the Tuesday incident at a Lawrenceville home in the 3000 block of Cruse Road.

Witnesses told police Richardson and another woman entered the home without permission about 20 minutes after midnight. Richardson called out, "Where the (expletive) is my property?" and then grabbed two knives from the kitchen and came after a woman who fled and locked herself in a garage, witnesses told police, according to a report.

A man and woman who tried to take the knives from Richardson received minor cuts. In the struggle, Richardson was cut on the side of her face and required stitches before she was transported to jail, the report states.

Richardson's alleged accomplice, Anita Aghadiuno, 19, came back to the scene while police were there and was arrested on simple battery and criminal trespass charges.

Richardson is being held without bond, pending a probable cause hearing scheduled for Oct. 25.