Police issued a new plea for information Thursday about a 10-year-old girl last seen with a card dealer just hours before the woman was accused of slashing a co-worker's face with razor blades at a Las Vegas Strip casino.
Police said Brenda Stokes told them she visited her doctor last week, seeking to be admitted to a hospital because she was "feeling like she wanted to hurt someone." She is reported to have told investigators she hadn't taken her prescription anti-anxiety drug Friday, and that "Sometimes people just snap."
A missing persons alert was issued late Tuesday about Jade Morris, 10, who officials say was last seen by her family about 5 p.m. last Friday with Stokes, 50, who also uses the name Brenda Wilson.
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