Stonington police charge woman with repeatedly stabbing man

Get the weekly rundown
Sign up to receive our weekly Legal Insider newsletter

Stonington — Police charged a local woman with stabbing an unidentified man at the America's Best Value Inn on Route 1 Saturday night.

Police said the victim was in stable condition Sunday at Yale New Haven Hospital.

Cikizwa "Pamela" Nkonzombi, 31, of 812 Stonington Road — the same address as the Best Value Inn — was charged with first-degree assault, second-degree breach of peace and threatening.

Police were dispatched at 8:40 p.m. to the hotel. Upon arriving at the room where the incident occurred, police said they found the victim with multiple stab wounds and serious injuries. The victim was transported to Lawrence + Memorial Hospital and later was transferred to Yale New Haven Hospital due to the severity of his injuries.

Police said Nkonzombi also threatened a resident of the motel after the stabbing. Police said they located her at the scene and took her into custody. She was being held Sunday on a $150,000 bond and is scheduled to be arraigned Monday in New London.



Loading comments...
Hide Comments

Stories that may interest you

Police logs - May 19

Arrests by state police and local departments around the region.

No injuries in Taftville apartment fire

Firefighters on Friday evening knocked down a first-floor blaze that sent heavy smoke throughout a three-story apartment building, potentially displacing six residents but injuring no one.

InHealth Connecticut named in suits seeking to recover losses

Owner of doctor's offices shut down practices in Mystic, Norwich and Willimantic last month.

Police logs - May 18, 2019

Arrests by state police and local departments around the region.