A Stonycreek Township woman on probation for a knife attack in January was jailed Tuesday after being accused of another knife attack.
Township police alleged that Amanda Frances Goughn, 23, was intoxicated when she chased a man with a knife Tuesday at her home in the 800 block of Freedom Avenue.
Goughn allegedly stabbed a door several times after the man shut the door behind him, police said.
She was charged with attempted aggravated assault, attempted reckless endangerment, attempted simple assault and harassment.
Goughn was arraigned by on-call District Judge Mary Ann Zanghi of Vinco and sent to the Cambria County Prison after failing to post 10 percent of $25,000 bond.
Township police had charged Goughn on Jan. 24 with stabbing her father, 65-year-old Frank Lamb, in the arm with a 12-inch butcher knife.
Police said they found Lamb in the kitchen covered in blood with a large amount of blood on the floor.
Lamb was treated at Memorial Medical Center in Johnstown and later released.
In that incident, Goughn was charged with aggravated assault, prohibited offensive weapon, possessing an instrument of crime and simple assault.
She was sentenced in Cambria County court on May 24 to serve four months to 23 months in jail.
Because she was given credit for time served, Goughn was paroled immediately and placed on 23 months probation.
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