HANOVER TWP. — A second woman accused of stabbing her children over an argument was arraigned Thursday.

Giovona Bradford, 25, was charged along with her sister, Jophena J., 27. Dieterick, in the attack on Kathy Wells at the Hanover Village apartment complex where they all live, according to court records.

Wells suffered eight or nine stab wounds to her left arm, back, face and forehead, court records state.

Bradford was arraigned by District Judge Matthew K. Christopher in Luzerne County Central Court on charges of aggravated assault, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, simple assault, conspiracy to commit simple assault and stalking. She was booked into the county correctional facility for lack of $10,000 bail.

Dieterick was arrested Tuesday night and charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and stalking. She remained jailed Thursday for lack of $25,000 bail.

Hanover police said the incident happened on Tuesday.

Wells told police she witnessed Bradford grab her child at a bus stop and say, “Don’t cuss (expletive) at my niece, she has a brother,” according to court records.

Wells pulled her child away from Bradford and returned to their apartment as Bradford followed.

Wells said she was sitting with a neighbor when Bradford and Dieterick appeared and attacked her. Dieterick allegedly hit Wells with a rock in his sock and pushed Wells’ son as he ran toward his mother.

Dieterick denied stabbing Wells, court records state.