HEBER CITY (AP) – Authorities say one woman has stabbed a man at a gathering centered on peace and nonviolence in the Uinta National Forest.

Wasatch County Sheriff’s deputy Chris Goode says 32-year-old Leilani Novak-Garcia gouged the man twice with a knife at a campsite about 1 a.m. Monday.

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His name was not immediately released. The woman, known to some as “Hitler,” had fled by the time officers arrived. She was arrested later in the day.

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Forest rangers told investigators they earlier heard someone shout, “I’ll kill you.”

About 10,000 attendees are expected at the Rainbow Family Gathering before its keynote celebration July 4.

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