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Woman suspected of fatally stabbing another woman in Duluth

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A 46-year-old Duluth woman was fatally stabbed in Duluth on Sunday, and a 29-year-old woman from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has been arrested, the Duluth News Tribune reported.

Lisa Kay Davis was killed in the stabbing, which occurred in a lower level residence of a Duluth duplex, the newspaper reported. Investigators said Davis and the suspect knew each other, but neither lived in the duplex unit. The resident knew the women, however, the duplex owner said. The suspect, of Marquette, Mich., was new to the neighborhood, the owner of the duplex said.

No information about a possible motive for the incident was immediately released. It appears to be the second homicide in the city of Duluth this year.

One of Davis' daughters, Amber Davis, said her mother was "the greatest grandma ever" to Amber Davis' four children, the News Tribune reports.

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