Woman stabs man during Tinder date

By: Kayla Dimick | Southfield Sun | Published January 10, 2018

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SOUTHFIELD — A woman was placed under arrest recently after a Christmas Eve stabbing.

According to crime reports, police were dispatched around 2:48 a.m. Dec. 24 to Pebble Creek Park in the area of American Drive and 11 Mile Road on a report of a possible stabbing. 

Upon investigation, police discovered that a man and his friend had met with two women they connected with on the social media dating app Tinder. 

Police said the four subjects met and drove around Southfield, smoked weed and drank before they ended up at Pebble Creek Park. 

When one of the men was in the back seat with one of the women, police said, the woman stabbed the man with a pocket knife. 

The woman then fled the scene and ran into the woods. 

According to police, the victim and his friend immediately drove to a local hospital for treatment.

The two women involved in the stabbing were later located and interviewed, police said. The woman that stabbed the victim was taken into custody for assault with intent to murder. 

Southfield detectives were called in to investigate, police said, and the incident remained under investigation at press time.

No other information was available at press time.