Prosecutor: Woman Wanted Victim to Bleed to Death
DULUTH (AP) — A prosecutor says a Michigan woman accused of fatally stabbing another woman in a Duluth duplex wanted the victim to bleed to death.
Twenty-nine-year-old Nicole Leone Revello of Marquette, Mich., was charged in St. Louis County Tuesday with intentional second-degree murder.
Revello is accused of fatally stabbing 46-year-old Lisa Kay Davis of Duluth on Sunday.
The complaint alleges that the dispute started over some clothing that Revello took from the apartment. Duluth police say the dispute was over a pair of pants.
Prosecutor Kristen Swanson told the court Revello intentionally stabbed Davis once in the back and wanted to make sure the knife was removed so that the victim would bleed to death.
Bail was set at $250,000.