Alexandria woman allegedly stabs cousin’s boyfriend

Resheda O’Conner, 22, of 400 Douglas St., was arrested about 3 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, in connection with a stabbing that occurred  at 722 Willow Glen Road Apt F.

According to the Alexandria Police Department, the police report indicates the following:

While in route to a disturbing the peace call at 722 Willow Glen Road Apt. F, the police dispatcher told the responding officer that someone had been stabbed. Upon arrival at the scene, a woman said she and her boyfriend, Willie Stewart, 25, of 5518 Jeff Davis St., had been arguing earlier in the day. He later came back to her apartment and forced the front screen door open, pushed her around and cursed her.

While the woman was talking to the police, she was standing next to Stewart, who was on lying on his back on the ground and saying he had been stabbed.

The woman said she finally got  Stewart outside because her cousin, Resheda, and her two children were spending the night. The woman said once they were in the parking lot, Stewart pushed her to the ground. The woman also said once they were in the parking lot, Stewart pushed her to the ground and threw her  against a vehicle.

 When asked who stabbed him, Stewart said he didn’t know because there were several people around trying to break them up.

Another officer called dispatch and asked who called concerning the stabbing. The dispatcher said the call came from the same apartment, but “Resheda O’Conner said she stabbed Willie.”

According to the police report, O’Conner said, “I stabbed Willie because he threw my cousin against a car and on the ground, but I didn’t mean to.”

Stewart was taken to Huey P. Long Medical Center for treatment of the stab under his left arm. Stewart was charged with simple criminal damage to property less than $500, disturbing the peace by fighting and simple battery.

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One response to “Alexandria woman allegedly stabs cousin’s boyfriend

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