Arrested: Alleged boyfriend killer

2012-07-25 00:00

A WOMAN suspected of killing her boyfriend was arrested on Monday at the Msunduzi municipal dumping site.

It is alleged that on Sunday evening, the 30-year-old suspect and her boyfriend, Darryl Charlton (28) were visiting the dumping site when they began arguing.

“An altercation ensued and his girlfriend allegedly produced a knife and stabbed him once in the chest, seriously wounding him,” said police spokesperson Captain Thulani Zwane. Charlton later died in hospital from his injuries and his girlfriend was arrested. “The knife, believed to have been used in the incident was found on the scene,” said Zwane. The suspect will appear in the Pietermaritzburg Magistrate’s Court today.

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