Englewood NJ Woman Accused of Attack with Pair of Tweezers
Police received a report of a stabbing in the area of Central Avenue and West Demarest Avenue in Englewood, New Jersey. When officers arrived at the scene, they found a woman suffering from a bloody nose, scratches, and wounds to her leg and hand.
During the investigation, officers learned that the victim had reportedly gotten into an argument with the suspect. The argument allegedly stemmed from an “ongoing personal issue.”
According to the victim, the argument escalated from words to physical violence; the 23-year-old suspect allegedly stabbed the victim with a large pair of tweezers.
After the argument, the suspect reportedly got into a Honda and drove away.
Meanwhile, emergency responders treated the 33-year-old victim for her injuries. Thankfully, the victim was protected against more serious injuries because she was wearing thick clothing.
A short time after police learned of the attack, officers stopped the suspect’s vehicle near West Englewood Avenue and South Van Brunt Street. The suspect was placed under arrest without incident.
After the suspect was arrested, Englewood detectives reportedly found a pair of tweezers in the suspect’s car.
The suspect is currently being held at the Bergen County Jail in lieu of $12,500 bail.
To learn more about this incident, read the NJ.com article entitled “Thick Clothing Saves Woman from Serious Injury in Tweezer Stabbing, Englewood Police Say.”