Kiona Thomas, 25, was charged with stabbing a woman Christmas night over a dispute about how many passengers she would transport, CBS News reports.
Thomas was arraigned Tuesday on a charge of assault with intent to murder.
Apparently she was picking up a customer in Boston's Dorchester neighborhood at about 11:15 p.m. on Christmas but got upset over some miscommunication revolving around the number of passengers.
According to CBS News, when the 21-year-old younger sister of the passenger came outside, an argument arose and she was stabbed in the neck.
“The incredible level of violence here from a stranger over what seemed to be a disagreement for a ride-share service is incredibly concerning,” said Suffolk County, Mass., Assistant District Attorney Lauren Hatch.
Thomas turned herself in Monday.
In a statement, Lyft said that it will work with police and is "deeply troubled" by the allegations.
Read more at CBS News.