A Miami woman was arrested over the weekend after she repeatedly stabbed one of her roommates, authorities said.
The incident was reported Saturday night in the 5500 block of Northwest 12th Court. According to the suspect’s arrest report, Abigail Seane Hennington, 20, lives in the home with another woman and a man, and argued with the woman after she said she was missing her cell phone.
The man who also lives in the home told police he had just left his apartment and stopped to talk to a neighbor when he heard loud screams coming from inside his home.
The police also claimed that the man quickly ran back to his apartment and found the victim bleeding and walking towards the front garage, where it collapsed. She later saw Hennington standing behind the victim before she fled the scene, authorities said.
The victim was taken to a hospital, where she underwent surgery.
Hennington was arrested a short time later at a Sunoco gas station on 36th Street. Police said they invoked their right not to provide a statement to detectives without legal representation.
As of now, she was arrested on one count of attempted murder and is being held at Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center without bond.
A man entered his ex’s house and stabbed her along with her new boyfriend in Miami-Dade
In other developments, a 27-year-old man faces two counts of attempted felony murder after police accused him of breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s northwest Miami-Dade apartment and stabbing her and another man last month. of September.
According to police, the double stabbing occurred at an apartment on Northwest 20th Court in the Gladeview area, Local10 News said. In an arrest report, police wrote that Khwamee Barraca Woods entered the apartment “by means unknown, without notice and without invitation” and He went to his ex-partner’s room, armed with a kitchen knife, stabbing both victims several times.
Woods’ ex-girlfriend suffered “multiple stab wounds to the neck, chest area, right shoulder and right hand,” while the man accompanying her suffered a stab wound to the right side of the chest, police wrote. Furthermore, police said that after stabbing the two, she grabbed her ex-girlfriend’s car keys and drove off. Miami-Dade police officers spotted Woods on Northwest 51st Street and took him into custody less than four hours later, according to the report.
Doctors then took him to the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital. According to police, Woods He “denied all the accusations” during questioning. However, officers took him to the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center.
So far, in addition to the two felony attempted murder counts, Woods faces two counts of aggravated assault and one count of robbery and grand theft.