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Dennis Traylor, 44, Bayou Body Count No. 145

Charges have been filed in the case of a man stabbed on the south side on May 8, who lingered in the hospital before dying.

Yvonne Coleman, 35, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the fatal stabbing of Dennis Traylor, 44.

Traylor was stabbed in the torso in the 5100 block of Van Fleet.

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Says HPD:

Coleman and Mr. Traylor were involved in an argument at the residence on Van Fleet. During the confrontation Coleman stabbed Mr. Traylor. Coleman had been visiting the location as a guest of Mr. Traylor's nephew. She remained on the scene and was arrested and charged with aggravated assault.

An upgraded charge of murder is pending against Coleman.


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