Police: Woman stabbed husband, son, self in domestic dispute

911: 'There's blood everywhere'

LIBERTY TWP.,  Ohio -- A woman stabbed her husband and son and then stabbed herself in a domestic dispute early Thursday morning, Butler County investigators said.  

The six-minute 911 call records part of a panicked argument between the three.

Muffled screams lead to a voice repeating, "There's blood everywhere."

"I need 911, I need 911," the father says in a faint voice, followed by, "You stabbed me!"

He then goes on to say, "You pushed me to this point" followed by what sounds like whimpers as he beings to cry.

"You're not sorry," he concludes.

The phone call ends with a voice talking to the dispatch saying, "Three of us are stabbed. I got to go get the knife."

The Sheriff's Office said it had made 15 previous calls to the family's home since 2003 - seven in the last two years.

Sharon Grove, 58, is being held at Butler County Jail charged with domestic violence. She was taken by squad to West Chester Medical Center, treated and then released.

Richard Grove, 64, was flown to UC Medical Center and is in stable condition.

Matthew Grove, 23, was taken by squad to West Chester Medical Center and was in stable condition.

Later Thursday afternoon, an arrest warrant was issued for Matthew on two counts of felonious assault and domestic violence.

Officials say the incident happened around 5:30 a.m. in the 5000 block of Rockdale Road in Liberty Township.

Sharon Grove is expected to be arraigned on Friday.

The Butler County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to investigate.

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