The Lassen County Sheriff’s Office seeks information on a Herlong woman wanted for attempted murder.
According to a statement from the LCSO, Chelsie Fee, 24 — 5 foot 7 inches tall, weighing 250 pounds with blonde hair and hazel eyes — is wanted in connection with a stabbing incident that occurred in the early morning hours of Friday, Feb. 23.
Deputies responded to the area of County Road A-26 in the Herlong after receiving a report of a stabbing. When deputies arrived, they discovered emergency medical personnel were treating the victim, an unidentified 25-year-old male who resides in the Herlong area. He was then transported from the scene to a hospital in Reno with multiple stab wounds to the neck area. His condition is not known at this time.
A witness to the crime indicates the victim and the suspect were occupants in a vehicle traveling on A-26. For no apparent reason, Fee began hitting and stabbing the victim in the neck multiple times. While the vehicle was still moving, the victim climbed over the driver and out the driver’s window. After the driver stopped, Fee ran away on foot while the driver drove back to where the victim was located.
Fee is currently wanted for attempted murder and should be considered armed dangerous. The weapon used in the crime was not recovered and is believed to still be in her possession.
Anyone who sees Fee should call 911 immediately and report her location to the Sheriff’s Office.