Woman stabbed ‘repeatedly’ in Oshawa home, flees to neighbour for safety: police

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A 45-year-old woman who was stabbed “repeatedly” inside of an Oshawa residence was able to flee to a neighbouring home for safety, police say.
Durham Regional Police said a man is now in custody and facing an attempted murder charge in relation to the incident.Police said that at around noon on Sunday, officers responded to a call for an armed person in the area of Cedar Street and Wentworth Street West.

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“A male got into an altercation with a female and stabbed her repeatedly while inside their residence,” police said.“The victim was able to flee the residence and run to a neighbouring home.”Police arrived and arrested the suspect.

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The victim and accused were in an intimate relationship, police said.A 42-year-old Oshawa man has been charged with attempted murder, forcible confinement, uttering threats, and possessing a weapon dangerous to the public.Police haven’t named the suspect in order to protect the victim’s identity.

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