Boise Woman Arrested After Motel Stabbing Incident, Disturbance In Emergency Room

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Nanette Gazlay, 54, is charged with aggravated battery and assault and battery on a law officer.

A Boise woman is behind bars for allegedly stabbing another person at a local motel with a ballpoint pen.

Boise Police responded Tuesday night to a disturbance at a motel on the 1100 block of North Curtis Road. That's where motel employees said the woman, who had left the motel following disruptive behavior earlier in the day, returned to the motel, intoxicated and angry, and stabbed a victim using a pen off the counter.

A check through Boise City records indicated that the suspect was wanted on two outstanding warrants on failure to appear charges.

Shortly thereafter, officers received a report of a disturbance at the Saint Alphonsus emergency room. That's where they found their suspect. Police said she also kicked an officer, resulting in an additional charge.

Nanette Gazlay, 54, of Boise was booked into the Ada County Jail on felony counts of aggravated battery and assault and battery on a law officer.

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