A woman accused of stabbing a man to death and allegedly leading police on a slow-speed chase last week in South Los Angeles has been charged with murder, child abuse and fleeing an officer’s vehicle.

Tasma Brown, 40, was arrested Aug. 2 on suspicion of killing 27-year-old Ronald Miller a day earlier.

Miller was found midday Aug. 1 by officers responding to an assault with a deadly weapon call in the area of Vernon and Central avenues. He was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Brown and her car matched descriptions from the scene of the stabbing, according to authorities. Following a roughly half-hour pursuit and a brief standoff with officers after patrol cars boxed in Brown’s car, she surrendered. A child was in the car with her.

Brown is being held on $2 million bail and was set to be arraigned downtown today, but the District Attorney’s Office could not immediately confirm whether she appeared as scheduled.