Pontiac Woman Accused of Fatally Stabbing Boyfriend

Pontiac Woman Accused of Fatally Stabbing Boyfriend

(Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Oct. 8, 2018)

Pontiac, MI- Deputies and the Waterford Regional Fire Department responded to the 400 block of W. Fairmount Avenue on the report of an unresponsive male.  Upon their arrival, Deputies located the subject on the front porch of the residence.  Deputies began to administer CPR to the victim.  When Paramedics arrived, an attempt was made to use an AED.  When the victim’s shirt was removed, there was two obvious stab wounds found in the victim’s chest.  Paramedics were unable to revive the victim.  Paramedics provided telemetry to McLaren-Oakland Hospital where a physician pronounced the victim deceased.  The victim’s live-in girlfriend was taken into custody and a kitchen knife believed to used by her to stab the victim was recovered at  the scene. 

OUTCOME OF INCIDENT:  Detectives were notified and responded to the station to continue with the investigation.  Detectives requested that the OCSO Forensic Science Lab respond to process the scene.  The victim’s girlfriend remains in-custody at the Oakland County Jail pending arraignment possibly on Tuesday.  

VICTIM INFORMATION:  27 year old male, resident of the City of Pontiac.

ARRESTEE INFORMATION:  29 year old female, resident of the City of Pontiac.

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