In connection with a man’s fatal stabbing in Minneapolis’ Lowry Hill area, police detained a 37-year-old woman on Friday.
Authorities discovered a man in his 70s who had sustained multiple stab wounds inside the house. At the scene, he was identified as deceased.
After a fatal stabbing on Friday afternoon in Minneapolis, a man has died.
Around 4:35 p.m., according to the Minneapolis Police Department, police were called to a residence in the 1700 block of DuPont Avenue South for an alleged fatal stabbing.
First responders took the 37-year-old lady, who had non-life-threatening injuries when they found her inside the house, to the Hennepin County Medical Center for treatment.
Initial evidence indicates that the man and woman knew each other and that a marital dispute may have led to the fatal stabbing.
Police say there is no public risk, but the fatal stabbing incident is still being investigated.
Later, 37-year-old Maria Angela Palen was detained in the Hennepin County Jail on suspicion of the fatal stabbing.
A fatal stabbing is when a person is brutally hurt by a sharp object, notably a knife or any other weapon with a pointed edge, it is a disturbing act of violence.
Fatal stabbing also refers to the deliberate use of a knife or other sharp item to pierce the body of another person, causing their death.
According to Fox News, after being released from the hospital, the woman was booked into Hennepin County Jail. She has not been officially charged as of Saturday afternoon.
Possible charges on fatal stabbing someone may include murder, manslaughter, aggravated assault, and illegal possession of weapon.
Fatal stabbing is an abominable crime with terrible repercussions that killed people and caused families and communities great mental suffering. The severity, premeditation, and intent of the conduct all factor into the charges levied against the perpetrators.