Calhoun County, AL – The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that there were two unrelated stabbings that occurred over the weekend leaving one victim in serious condition. The first incident occurred in the 9000 block of Hwy 9 in Anniston. At approximately 11:00 am on Sunday, September 11, 2022, the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a call regarding a possible stabbing victim. Upon arrival deputies located the victim with severe laceration injuries and requested medical response to the scene. Investigators learned that a male was with the victim at her residence when someone knocked on the door. When the victim opened the door, she was brutally attacked by the suspect, later identified as, Brittany Lee Price, 29, of Heflin with a knife. The victim, suffering from multiple stab wounds, was able to get away from the attacker and get to a neighbor’s where she requested police help. It was later learned that the suspect and the male in the residence are married. The victim was brought to UAB via LifeFlight and was listed in serious condition. The suspect was located in Heflin where she was arrested and transported to the Calhoun County Jail where she was charged with Attempted Murder with a bond of $60,000.
The second incident occurred 2000 block of Old Choccolocco Rd. in Anniston. At approximately 9:00 pm the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the 2000 block of Old Choccolocco Rd, in Anniston for a possible stabbing assault. Upon arrival deputies located the victim with a large laceration on his knee. During the investigation it was learned that the suspect, Tesa Leigh Ann Freeman, 25, of Anniston, had been in a verbal argument with her brother because she believed he was talking about her to an unknown person on the phone. The argument escalated and Freeman cut the victim one time across the knee causing a significant injury. Freeman was taken into custody and transported to the Calhoun County Jail where she was charged with Assault 2nd and given a bond of $3,200.