Stonington police charge woman with repeatedly stabbing man
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.
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