Fort Walton Beach woman allegedly attacked housemates with knife for staying out all night

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FORT WALTON BEACH — A woman was arrested Monday after she allegedly cut her two housemates with a kitchen knife during a domestic dispute, according to an Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office news release.

Shilo Tucker, 26, is accused of attacking her housemates when they returned home after staying out all night.

Shilo Tucker

The victims got home about 5 a.m. and Tucker met them in the driveway of their home on Auburn Road and began hitting them, according to her arrest report. The altercation stopped when one of the victims heard his son crying inside the house.

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The group moved inside and began arguing, the release said. Tucker allegedly went into the kitchen and got a knife. A struggle ensued that resulted in the two victims suffering cuts to their hands. One of the victims was holding a 2-year-old child at the time.

Tucker is charged with two counts of domestic violence battery, two counts of domestic violence aggravated battery and one count child abuse without bodily harm.