NORWALK — A city woman threatened to kill another woman moments before stabbing her in the leg on Monday, police said.

Shakita Hudson, 31, was driving on Suncrest Road when she saw two other women involved in an argument in the street, police said.

The cause of the argument is unknown, according to police, but what is known is that Hudson eventually exited her car and became involved.

Police spokesman Sgt. Robert Zwillich said Hudson got out of the car with a “medium-sized steak knife” in her hand and shouted that she was going to kill one of the women. She then stabbed that woman in the leg, Zwillich said.

The victim was transported to Norwalk Hospital to be treated for the stab wound, which Zwillich called a “minor injury.”

The Detective Bureau assumed control of the investigation and eventually obtained a warrant for Hudson’s arrest. On Tuesday, police arrested Hudson at her home on Suncrest Road.

She was charged with second-degree assault, second-degree threatening and second-degree breach of peace. She was held on $75,000 bond and given a court date of Sept. 26.