Woman Tries To Kill Her Roommates In Stabbing Then Goes Shopping Afterwards

Woman Went Shopping After Allegedly Attempting To Kill Roommates: Authorities  -Breaking 911

A woman was arrested and charged with attempted first-degree murder after allegedly stabbing her roommates multiple times when she became infuriated over being asked to leave their home.

Adams told detectives she attacked the victims after being asked to leave the home they shared. She changed her clothing and went shopping after the attack, which was unusually normal behavior for such a violent incident.

The woman was arrested after stabbing her roommates multiple times in her feelings of rage over being asked to leave their home. She tried to destroy evidence after the attack and then left the scene, according to the sheriff’s office.

Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods said deputies and detectives worked quickly to capture the woman and ensure the streets are safe.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office got a call at around 8:03 a.m. from a victim who claimed that Christina Adams, 30, stabbed him and another person. Adams was found near driving near the crime scene and was charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder.

After Christina Adams was located driving near the incident location, she was interviewed by detectives where she admitted to stabbing the victims multiple times. Adams told detectives she’s an undiagnosed sociopath and that she was angry over being asked to leave the home she shared with the victims.

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  1. Woman Went Shopping After Allegedly Attempting To Kill Roommates: Authorities  Breaking 911

  2. Woman went shopping after allegedly attempting to kill roommates: Authorities  ABC News

  3. Woman went shopping after allegedly attempting to kill roommates: Authorities  CNN 59

  4. Woman Went Shopping After Allegedly Attempting To Kill Roommates: Authorities  Trending Crime

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