These are mugshots of Alexis Brown courtesy of the Roswell Police Department.
Photo: Roswell Police Department
Photo: Roswell Police Department

Roswell cops seek woman they say stabbed a person in the face

Roswell police are looking to arrest a woman they say stabbed someone in the face during an argument in July.

Sgt. Britney Rodgers, police spokeswoman, said officers got warrants Thursday for the arrest of 22-year-old Alexis Brown on an aggravated assault charge.

According to a Facebook post from the police department the day the warrants were issued, Brown was arguing with a woman on July 22 outside the Park 83 Apartments, south of the Market Center at Holcomb Woods Shopping Center.

Cops said Brown pulled out “a sharp object and stabbed the victim in the face causing a severe puncture wound.”

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The victim left before officers arrived but later spoke with police while receiving medical help.

Police didn’t detail the connection between the two, only saying that the victim was a “female associate” of Brown’s.

The department said Brown has been described as “changing her hair color very often and wearing wigs.”

The post indicates that Brown lives off Bethelview Road in Cummings, and police said their investigation has shown she might work near Fulton Industrial Boulevard, south of Atlanta.

Anyone with information can call Detective Jennifer Bennett at 770-640-4100. Those who wish to stay anonymous can call in a tip to Crime Stoppers at 404-577-TIPS.

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