Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Go to a Baby Shower, Get Stabbed With a Stiletto

Posted By on Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 11:00 AM

I think we can all agree that baby showers are terrible events that no one should be forced to suffer through (leave your gifts at the door and move on, people), but being forced to look at melted candy bars in diapers is far better than a baby-related event that ends up dragging out until 3 a.m. and involves stilettos used as a weapon:

According to the Lincoln Police Department, Bol and Rebeca Boss, 41, got into an argument around 3 AM yesterday after attending a baby shower. The sidewalk dispute escalated when Bol grabbed one of Boss’s shoes (which she was holding in her hands) and “stabbed her in the face with it.”

Armed with the stiletto, Bol used the shoe to strike Boss in the face with such force that the heel pierced the victim’s cheek. “The stiletto heel punctured the victim’s cheek and had to be pulled out of her face,” according to a police summary.

After clobbering Boss with the shoe, Bol also allegedly “knocked the victim to the ground and began choking her,” police allege. Boss “suffered redness and bruising to her neck, as well as a through and through puncture wound to her left cheek.” Boss was treated at a local hospital.

The post-baby shower beef, cops reported, stemmed from Bol’s “relationship with the father of the victim’s child.”

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