A domestic dispute between a man and his pregnant girlfriend turned violent early Tuesday after she was stabbed in the torso, leaving her critically injured and her unborn baby dead, police say. The circumstances leading up the 30-year-old pregnant woman being stabbed over and over again in the Bronx were not immediately known, but the suspect, who cops have not yet identified, did turn himself in, according to the NYPD. Groom Among 2 NYPD Cops Dead in Post-Wedding Crash It was just after 12:30 a.m. Tuesday when officers responding to Walton Avenue, near 165th Street, in the Concourse section of the borough found the woman suffering from multiple stab wounds, authorities said. She remains in critical condition. Cops did not elaborate on the charges the suspect may face. 13 Arrested After Dozens Overdose on K2 Since Friday: NYPD It wasn’t clear whether the suspect is the baby’s father. It also wasn’t known how far along the woman was in her pregnancy. The super of the building tells News 4 the victim had just said the other day she wished her mother, who died only last year, was alive to see her pregnant. He never knew of any problems with the couple. … Read full this story
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