The Tipton County Sheriff's Office is asking for the help of the public in locating a woman who allegedly assaulted her uncle over an ATV.
This week, warrants were filed in a Nov. 23 stabbing that left 54-year-old Jimmy Hood injured.
The sheriff said the initial report given to deputies was Hood assaulted his niece, 30-year-old Candace Borman, during an argument.
"During the course of the investigation, detectives determined multiple inconsistencies in the report Borman filed at the scene," said Sheriff Pancho Chumley.
Borman was later interviewed and admitted to stabbing her uncle when he refused to allow Borman to ride his ATV.
Borman has been charged with aggravated domestic assault in the case and Chumley said she's avoiding arrest.
Persons with information about her whereabouts are asked to contact the sheriff's office at 901-475-3300, after hours at 901-475-4300, on the tipline at 901-475-3307, via email at email@example.com or through a Facebook message on the Sheriff J.T. Pancho Chumley page.