Cheyenne N. Buck of Niagara Falls admitted Thursday that she stabbed a woman in an April 14 street fight in the Falls.
Buck, 22, of Seventh Street, accepted a pre-indictment plea offer and faces up to four years in prison for a reduced charge of attempted second-degree assault. Niagara County Judge Matthew J. Murphy III will sentence her Oct. 19.
On Aug. 17, Angel M. Meyers, 22, of Linwood Avenue, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for holding onto the victim, Olivia Brown, as Buck attacked her.
Meyers told Murphy at the time of her plea that she was trying to break up the fight in the 700 block of Niagara Street when Buck came running up, punching Brown several times and stabbed her with a knife.