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Child endangerment charge added in stabbing incident

A 23-year-old Upper Marlboro, Md. woman charged last week with malicious wounding following an early Thursday morning stabbing incident now faces a felony charge of child endangerment, according to South Boston Police Captain B. K. Lovelace.

Blair J. Fant was charged with stabbing a man, “roughly in his 20s,” at a location on College Street on Friday, Lovelace said.

The victim, who suffered wounds on his arms and chest, refused treatment, the captain said.

Officer J. B. Throckmorton served the warrant on Fant Thursday.

Later that day, Throckmorton also served Fant with a warrant for child endangerment.

Fant continues to be held without bond in the Blue Ridge Regional Jail, Lovelace said.

In other South Boston police reports:

• Anita J. Beadles, 27, of South Boston faces a felony abduction charge and a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery.

The alleged offenses occurred Saturday, and Office A. E. Whitmore served the warrants the same day.

• Efriem M. Wood, 27, of South Boston faces a misdemeanor charge of indecent exposure.

The alleged offense occurred Saturday, and Cpl. M. W. Bowen served the warrant the same day.

• Alvesta Young of South Boston faces a misdemeanor charge of shoplifting from Dollar General.

The alleged offense occurred Friday, and Officer S. L. Song served the warrant the same day.