Mankato Police: Women Assault Bouncer, Cop, Nurse

(Mankato, MN) – Criminal charges have been filed against two women for a series of assaults over the weekend in Mankato.

23-year-old Alexandria Briel Stackhouse is accused of threats of violence, obstructing the legal process and three counts of assault.

22-year-old Quoy Lan’ye Love is facing two counts of assault.

Court documents say Mankato police were dispatched to downtown around 2:30am Saturday on a report of two women refusing to leave Red Rocks and threatening staff.

Stackhouse allegedly punched, slapped and bit a bouncer as he was trying to get her out of the bar, drawing blood.

Once outside, staff says she picked up a chair and threw it at the Red Rocks garage door.

It’s also said she threatened that she would later find the manager and his kids and kill them.

Responding officers detained Stackhouse and Love and brought them to the Public Safety building.

Love had a medical issue and was taken to the MCHS Hospital, where she allegedly punched a nurse.

Stackhouse was being moved from the holding cell to a patrol car for transport to the Blue Earth County Jail when she allegedly kicked an officer in the face.

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