Boyfriend walks home after allegedly being stabbed by girlfriend | News
OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City woman is facing a charges after she allegedly stabbed her boyfriend near a local grocery store.
Police and EMSA rushed to a home along E. Madison on Tuesday after receiving a call about a stabbing.
When they arrived, they found a man suffering with a stab wound to his stomach.
While the victim was rushed to the hospital, officials learned that he had also allegedly been stabbed by the same suspect a week before the latest assault.
According to the police affidavit, the victim told officers that he was stabbed by his girlfriend after she got mad at him.
He claimed that 45-year-old Renada Diane Livingston assaulted him near Buy For Less, located along N.E. 23rd St. and Martin Luther King Ave.
After he was stabbed, he says he walked home.
Livingston was arrested for domestic abuse with a deadly weapon.
Upcoming Events near North Oklahoma City
Most popular stories from nearby communities
- FIRES: Wildfires are sparking across the metro, crews stressing caution during high fire danger
- Temperatures below -200 degrees freezing pain away, boosting energy in new technique
- UPDATE: Crews find body investigating carbon monoxide leak at home in northwest Oklahoma City
- Judge denies stay of execution for inmates questioning lethal injection drug
- Storm stranded cars bring big bucks to local business