Windham police charged a Standish woman with assault with a dangerous weapon and aggravated criminal trespass in connection with a stabbing Monday morning at 18 Jacques Lane.

Two people were injured in the 10:45 a.m. assault by a woman who then fled the scene in a white van driven by another person, according to Windham police. Responding officers found Dustin Richardson, 19, with multiple wounds, at least one of them caused by a knife. Another victim, Stephanie Majeroni, 20, was also assaulted, although it was not clear whether her wounds were from a knife.

The wounds were not serious.

Warden Peter Herring of the Maine Warden Service tracked the white van to the parking lot of the local Walmart. Windham police responded and arrested Rossana Natalini, 43, of Standish in connection with the stabbing, said Windham police Sgt. Jim Boudreau. She was being held at the Cumberland County Jail.

The knife allegedly used to attack Richardson was recovered at the scene. The driver of the van was not charged.

David Hench can be contacted at 791-6327 or at:dhench@mainetoday.comTwitter: @Mainehenchman

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