CLEVELAND (AP) -- A judge has set $1 million bond for a Cleveland woman charged with murder in a bizarre stabbing.
Police say 29-year-old Kimberly Black stabbed her best friend, who then tried to drive away, striking and killing Black's 2-year-old daughter.
Black stared at the floor with her hands behind her back during Monday's brief Cleveland Municipal Court arraignment.
The prosecutor says Black has "psychiatric" problems. Black did not address the judge but nodded when a public defender said Black was waiving a detailed proceeding.
Black has been in custody since the stabbing Thursday night.
Police say the friend, Sharice Swain, was stabbed during an argument while sitting behind the wheel of a car. Another of Black's daughters was injured when Swain tried to drive away.