ITHACA, N.Y.—A stabbing incident from late last month has resulted in charges for an Ithaca woman.

Natasha Padron-Martinez, 36 years old of Ithaca, was arrested and charged with second-degree assault. She was arraigned and remanded to Tompkins County Jail.

While the incident was first announced by police on Oct. 27, at the time no charges were filed in connection to the incident.

The stabbing, which took place in the 200 block of South Fulton Street, sent one unidentified person to the hospital with “non-life-threatening” wounds, though the victim was transported via helicopter to a regional trauma center.

In response to a request from The Ithaca Voice for more information, Sgt. Brandon Goldsberry said no charges had been filed in connection with the incident but that the investigation was ongoing and that more would be released if charges were filed.

No further circumstances of the crime were disclosed, though police said at the time the stabbing resulted from a dispute between two people who were familiar with each other.

Matt Butler is the Editor in Chief of The Ithaca Voice. He can be reached by email at