STOCKTON (CBS13) — A 43-year-old woman has died after she was allegedly stabbed by her own daughter in Stockton late Tuesday night.
Stockton police say, just before midnight, the woman and her 21-year-old daughter were involved in a physical altercation along the 1100 block of North Commerce Street.READ MORE: California Gov. Newsom Criticizes GOP After Texas School Shooting: 'Who The Hell Are We If We Cannot Keep Our Kids Safe'
Exactly what led up to the fight is unclear, but police say the daughter – identified as Zaria Hornsby – allegedly pulled out a knife and then stabbed her own mother.READ MORE: Escalon, Manteca And Ripon Police Departments Experiencing 911-Line Problems
Hornsby fled into a home, police say, but was later taken into custody.
The mother was rushed to the hospital and was later pronounced dead. Her name has not been released at this point.MORE NEWS: Stockton Police Still Trying To Identify 2 Suspects In Deadly February Shooting Outside South Side Market
Police have arrested Hornsby on charges of homicide. She has been booked into San Joaquin County Jail.