Update, 1:45 p.m., June 27:
SOUTHERN NJ -- A woman living illegally in the country is the aggressor in this morning’s box cutter stabbing of a Pennsauken woman at Cinnaminson’s Church Road Wawa, Cinnaminson Police announced.
Kartelina Holt, 32, of Millstone Court in Sicklerville, stabbed Ashley Anderson, 25, of Delair Avenue in Pennsauken, multiple times Wednesday morning, according to police.
Holt is an undocumented immigrant from Barbados, police discovered during their investigation.
Holt is charged with aggravated assault with a weapon, possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and tampering with evidence.
She’s being held in Burlington County Jail on $100,000 full cash bail.
Anderson, meanwhile, continues to receive treatment for facial and neck lacerations from the stabbing. She is expected to fully recover.
SOUTHERN NJ -- A woman stabbed this morning at is going to be OK after another woman stabbed her in the head, neck and face following a physical altercation, according to local police.
were called to the Church Road Wawa around 7 a.m. today after two females, who are acquaintances, were fighting inside the store. Sgt. William Obuchowski said a male friend of both women broke up the fight. As the victim walked outside toward her car, the suspect went up behind her with a box cutter.
"She stabbed or sliced the girl three times in the back of the head and neck, went in the front and cut her face in a couple of places," said Obuchowski.
The stabbing occurred in the row of parking spots along Church Road. Cones and police tape covered the spot, also blocking a nearby black SUV. The SUV appeared to have stains on it, but it is unknown who owns it.
The alleged stabber then fled across Church Road to the wooded area next to and disposed of the weapon. When the suspect walked back out of the woods, police arrested her and took her into custody. Police have not released her identity.
The victim was transported to Cooper University Hospital in Camden. Obuchowski said police were informed she is going to recover.
"The wounds weren't as bad as they looked," he said.
It is unknown what started the altercation, Obuchowski said, but it appears the two women knew each other.
Wawa's corporate office, where local employees referred Patch to for comment, did not immediately return phone messages.
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