By Leah Simpson For Dailymail.com
Published: 22:23 GMT, 21 November 2019 | Updated: 02:15 GMT, 22 November 2019
Cleveland Heights police say 35-year-old Meredith Lowell stabbed the victim in the arm and abdomen Wednesday afternoon
A woman has been arrested after she was accused of repeatedly stabbed another at an Ohio church because she was wearing fur.
Meredith Lowell, 35, allegedly knifed the victim twice in the arm and once in the abdomen Wednesday afternoon at Fairmount Presbyterian Church in Cleveland's at Coventry and Scarborough.
The victim had taken children she was babysitting to choir practice and witnesses said a woman 'suddenly appeared and walked through the wooden doors that leads to the main hall'
She was heard yelling before the attack around 5.15pm and was seen doing what looked like 'pushing or punching' the victim before walking away.
It was only when the babysitter saw blood that she realized she'd been stabbed, cops said.
Cleveland Heights Police Department responded to the scene where a man had disarmed Lowell, wrestled her to the floor and held her until officers arrived.
Officers took the suspect into custody and transported her to Cleveland Heights City Jail.
The Cleveland victim had taken children she was babysitting to choir practice at Fairmount Presbyterian Church (pictured)