Englewood NJ Woman Accused of Assault, Arrested for Allegedly Stabbing Friend with Pair of Tweezers

Englewood NJ Assault SuspectAn Englewood NJ woman was arrested after allegedly stabbing an ex-friend with a pair of tweezers.

Englewood police received a report of a stabbing near the area of Central Avenue and West Demarest Avenue.

When police officers got to the scene, they found a 33-year-old woman who was suffering from various injuries, including a bloody nose, scratches on her leg, and wounds to her leg and hand.

The victim told officers that she had been involved in an argument with her former friend, a 23-year-old woman from Englewood, New Jersey. According to the victim, the argument was related to an “ongoing personal issue.”

At some point during the verbal altercation, things became heated and the suspect allegedly attacked her with a large pair of tweezers. The suspect then reportedly drove away in a Honda.

While emergency responders treated the victim for her injuries, police officers searched for the suspect’s vehicle. Not long after the incident, officers spotted the suspect’s Honda near West Englewood Avenue and South Van Brunt Street.

Officers placed the suspect under arrest without incident. During a subsequent search of the suspect’s vehicle, detectives reportedly discovered the pair of tweezers used in the attack.

The suspect was charged with aggravated assault and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose.

After being arrested and charged, the suspect was transported to the Bergen County Jail. The suspect is being held at the facility on $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.”


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