Missing Southfield woman found after Pontiac stabbing

By: Kayla Dimick | Southfield Sun | Published July 1, 2019

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SOUTHFIELD — A missing Southfield woman has been located following a recent stabbing.

According to a news release from Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Undersheriff Mike McCabe, deputies responded at around 3:07 p.m. June 23 to the 60 block of Oakland Avenue in Pontiac on a report that someone had been stabbed.

McCabe said in the release that the victim, a 35-year-old Southfield woman, had walked up to a Star EMS building to seek medical attention.

When police arrived, they met with the victim, who was being treated by paramedics for a significant stab wound on her upper back.

Police said the woman was then transported to McLaren Oakland Hospital for further evaluation.

“The victim stated that she had been stabbed by a male subject near Baldwin Road and Howard Street after having a dispute over money,” McCabe said in the news release.

According to McCabe, the woman had “obvious mental health issues” and was deemed incapacitated by the state of Michigan.

“The victim’s account of the incident was intermingled with facts and delusional statements,” McCabe said in the news release.

McCabe said the woman had been listed in the Law Enforcement Information Network as a missing person from Southfield.

Southfield Police Department Acting Chief Nick Loussia said in an email that the woman was reported missing at around 3:45 p.m. June 13.

The Southfield Police Department was notified that the woman had been located.

At press time, the woman was listed in stable condition, police said, and the investigation continues.