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The Daily Guide - Waynesville, MO
  • 19-year-old woman accused of stabbing boyfriend

  • A Waynesville woman could face thirty years in prison for allegedly stabbing a man in the chest with a knife and stealing a woman's cell phone, according to Pulaski County Circuit Court documents.
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  • A Waynesville woman could face thirty years in prison for allegedly stabbing a man in the chest with a knife and stealing a woman's cell phone, according to Pulaski County Circuit Court documents.
    Nichole S. Glen, 19, has been charged with domestic assault in the first degree, armed criminal action and robbery for her alleged actions on Oct. 12.
    According to the probable cause statement, Glen's mother said that the stabbing victim and Glen were living together as boyfriend and girlfriend.
    On Oct. 12, Glen allegedly entered a home on Rooster Lane in Waynesville and found her boyfriend and another woman sleeping on the couch. The probable cause statement said that Glen attacked the woman and pulled her hair. She then threatened the woman with a knife and stole her cell phone.
    The probable cause statement said that Glen stabbed the male victim in several areas, causing a significant amount of blood loss.
    When Pulaski County Sheriff deputies arrived on scene, they found Glen in a car, which was parked in the driveway near the residence where the stabbing occurred, and found the knife used during the stabbing, according to court records. Paramedics transported the male victim to Lake Regional Hospital to be treated for his injuries.
    Glen posted her $150,000 bond on Oct. 22, on the conditions that she can't operate or posses a firearm , drink alcohol, or enter any bars, liquor stores or taverns. Glen also was ordered to wear a GPS tracking device and alcohol monitoring bracelet.
    On Nov. 6, according to court documents, Glen entered a plea of not guilty and is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 18.
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