Two arrested in Hammond fight that led to stabbing injury

Tangipahoa Parish sheriff’s deputies arrested two people Tuesday accused in a fight that led to a woman being cut in the abdomen.

Shakira Gilmore, 24, of Hammond, was booked into the Tangipahoa Parish Jail on a count of aggravated second degree battery, Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Dawn Panepinto said in a news release.

Elvian Bryant, 26, of Hammond, was booked with simple battery.

Deputies responded to the fight around 7:45 p.m. at 1916 Lee Hughes Road, Hammond, Panepinto said.

An argument among several people led to two people being injured, including one person being cut in the abdomen allegedly by Gilmore, Panepinto said.

The victims’ injuries were non-life threatening, Panepinto said.