Two people have been arrested after a stabbing in Cherokee County, Kansas.
Deputies say around 6:30 a.m. Thursday, Cherokee County authorities were notified that a woman had arrived at a Joplin hospital after being reportedly stabbed multiple times at a property north of Galena.
As a result of the investigation, deputies located and detained two suspects, 49-year-old Steven D. Tyner, of Columbus, and 23-year-old Ivy Christine Simpson, of Webb City.
Tyner, who is a registered violent offender after being convicted of Attempted Voluntary Manslaughter in 2007, was transported to the Cherokee County Jail on allegations of Conspiracy to Commit Murder, Attempted Murder, Rape, Possessing Methamphetamine and Violating the Kansas Offender Registration Act.
Simpson was transported to the Cherokee County Jail on allegations of Conspiracy to Commit Murder and Attempted Murder.
The victim has since been released from the hospital.