Woman accused of stabbing, hitting ex-boyfriend with car after he admitted to cheating

Dan Smith

BOSTON -- A Matapan woman faces multiple charges after she allegedly stabbed and beat her ex-boyfriend with a car, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office. It has been. Boston Police were called to Manchester Street at approximately 9:30 pm on December 23rd. They found the 28-year-old man bleeding from a puncture wound in his abdomen, but he did not cooperate with police. He was rushed to Boston Medical Center, where as of Tuesday he was in the ICU. A witness told officers that a silver Honda Accord struck a man and two parked cars while making a three-point turn. Police also said they found a pink folding knife following a trail of blood in the street. Using eyewitness car descriptions, police located the suspect on I-93 North near the 15B exit. DA said there was blood on the front grill. Warner allegedly admitted to stabbing and hitting the victim with his car because he admitted wrongdoing. “The actions people take when receiving unwelcome news can make a bad situation worse for everyone involved. This woman's actions have had a dramatic impact on her and the lives of the victims. rice field. Warner was charged with two counts of assault and assault with a dangerous weapon (a car and a knife) and leaving the scene of an accident after causing personal injury. If she is released on bail, she should stay away and not have contact with the victim. She is scheduled to return to court on March 24 for her pretrial hearing.