Phone rage leads to stabbing

Two women ought to look into a shared-minutes plan.

An argument between the ferocious females over a phone came to blows Saturday around 4:45 p.m. on the unit block of Sears Street, police said.

One of the women cut the other with a knife. The stabbing victim suffered a non-life-threatening injury. The armed woman was arrested, police said. The two brawlers apparently knew each other, cops said.

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