Albany stabbing suspect found hiding under bed

Police nab woman accused of stabbing her husband

Wanda Denise Harris (Special photo)

Wanda Denise Harris (Special photo)

ALBANY — Wanda Harris, wanted by police for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend at his workplace earlier this week, is in the Dougherty County jail, officials say.

Harris’ husband, Grenardo Price, told Dougherty County police on Tuesday that Harris, 36, had come to the screen printing shop on Gillionville Road where he worked and began a verbal altercation about a telephone number she found in Price’s cell phone.

Ivory Williams, Price’s uncle and owner of the shop, persuaded Harris to leave, Price told police, but Harris came back later and stabbed Price twice with a steak knife as he was working.

Price was taken to Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital where he was treated and released, hospital officials say, and Harris became a fugitive from police.

Acting on a tip that Harris was “hiding out” at 708 N. Jackson St., officers of the Albany Police Department went to the address around 10 p.m. on Thursday and discovered Harris hiding under a bed, officials say.

Harris is charged with burglary, possession of a knife during the commission of a crime and aggravated assault, police officials say.