Police arrest Bat Yam woman suspected of stabbing boyfriend

December 2, 2012 20:29


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A Bat Yam woman is suspected of stabbing her partner in the back, during some sort of dispute at their home on Sunday morning. 

Though the Tel Aviv Magistrate's court has placed a gag order on the case banning the publication of the name of the woman or her partner, Tel Aviv police reported on Sunday morning that a 34-year-old man called police on Sunday morning and said that he had fallen on a knife in his home and accidentally stabbed himself in the back.

Police who arrived at the scene found the accidental stabbing explanation a bit suspicious, and arrested the man's partner on suspicion that she stabbed the man, who was taken to Wolfson hospital in serious condition.

Police and paramedics said that woman's eight year old son was at home at the time of the stabbing.

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