CLEVELAND - A Spirit Airlines employee has been charged with allegedly stabbing a co-worker during an argument at Cleveland Hopkins Airport, according to a police report.
Around 7 p.m. on Nov. 12, police were called to the Spirit Airlines ticket counter for an altercation between two employees.
When they arrived, authorities found a male employee who said he had just been stabbed in the stomach with a pair of scissors by another employee, the report said.
According to the report, the victim said around 6:30 p.m. he was sitting on the "belt" behind the counter when a third employee told him he wasn't allowed to sit down. The employee also told the victim the suspect, 39-year-old Vonda Gardner, had taken photographs of him sitting down.
The victim approached Gardner about the photograph and Gardner denied taking any pictures and told him to "get the F**k out of my face," the report said.
According to the report, the victim told Gardner he wanted to have a discussion with management to resolve the situation, to which she replied: "don't worry about it, I got it taken care if."
During this time, Gardner was typing an email on her computer while the victim was standing behind reading over her shoulder. When Gardner realized this, she turned her computer monitor off.
The victim reached over, turned the monitor back on and was then stabbed by Gardner with a pair of scissors she had been holding, the report said.
The victim grabbed the scissors from Gardner and ran to security.
Gardner was charged with felonious assault and is scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 22.