Nebraska woman allegedly stabbed guests who said her house was dirty

 A Nebraska woman became enraged when her friend commented about the messiness of her home, leading the enraged homeowner to allegedly stab her friend to death while her two children watched in horror.

According to an incident report from the Lincoln Police Department obtained by Fox News Digital and an arrest affidavit obtained by KOLN, officers responded to a 911 call shortly after midnight Sunday.

When they arrived, two witnesses said 24-year-old Tatiana Iñiguez attacked them because they commented on the messiness of her house.

The women said they commented on the cleanliness of the house because there were four small children present – the homeowner had two children and a woman also had two children.

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According to the arrest affidavit, during the conversation, Iñiguez attacked and strangled a woman.

Another woman came forward to intervene and police said Iñiguez began punching her in the head.

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When one victim managed to separate Iniguez and the other victim, the 24-year-old woman allegedly grabbed a knife and began attacking him, threatening to kill him.

Police said Iñiguez managed to stab one of the victims under the eye.

Placeholder officers observed a one-and-a-half-inch wound below the woman's right eye, as well as defensive wounds on her hands.

In the incident report, an officer noted that Iñiguez's home was "untidy" and that there were "excessive amounts of dog feces and dead rats in the basement."

Iñiguez was arrested on charges of second-degree assault and possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony.

He is due back in court on March 14.

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