A Davenport woman is charged with two felonies after police said she tried to stab two other women with butcher knives, cutting one of them on her face.

Crissy Love Hare, 37, of 928 W. 6th St., is charged with going armed with intent and willful injury causing serious injury.

One of the women was treated at University Hospitals, Iowa City, and will have a permanent scar on her face, according to Hare’s arrest affidavit.

The alleged incident occurred at 7:24 p.m. Monday at Hare’s home. Police said she swung three butcher knives, at least eight to 10 inches long, at the two women.

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She was released Wednesday from the Scott County Jail after posting bond.

Going armed with intent is a Class D felony that is punishable by up to five years in prison upon conviction.

Willful injury causing serious injury is a Class C felony that is punishable by up to 10 years in prison upon conviction.