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Woman in wheelchair stabs and kills 15-year-old girl

A 15-year-old girl died of stab wounds inflicted Wednesday by a woman in a wheelchair after the two got into a street fight over a man, according to Los Angeles police.

The older woman, said to be about 30, was in police custody but neither her identity nor potential charges she could face were being released, said Officer Karen Rayner.

“It was apparently two females fighting over a guy. From the comments of callers, it sounds like it was a donnybrook – a lot of people fighting,” Rayner said of the multiple reports phoned in to police about the incident on Buckingham Road, near Santa Rosalia Drive, in Southwest Los Angeles about 4:30 p.m.

The victim was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead, Rayner said.

-- Carol J. Williams

 
Comments () | Archives (3)

SAD STORY, BUT HOW DOES A WOMAN IN A WHEELCHAIR STAB SOMEBODY? THIS IS A FIRST TO ME....

interesting but not the real story.... A 16 year old Dorsey Student destined for a better life and a 30 year old neighbor in a wheelchair, fighting over a man? not!

Wasn't it 2 kids vocally arguing and the older woman rolled up and killed the child because the other one was her child? not that it was any of her business... just sayin....

What a terrible story! I just couldn't imagined how handsome is the guy that someone was died for him..are they both getting trouble because of love ? charr..hehehehe


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