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Woman arrested after allegedly stabbing boyfriend during fight

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - A woman has been arrested in connection with murder after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend during a physical altercation. 

Jessica Walker, 23, of Youngstown, said that she stabbed 26-year-old Shawn Meadows after a physical altercation Sunday.

Police had arrived on scene at 1423 Maplewod Court and met with Walker, who stated, "I stabbed my boyfriend."

Walker said the stabbing occurred after Meadows had started physically abusing her after an argument involving their four-year-old son.

Walker said she ran to her friend's house after the incident, who then contacted authorities.

Meadows was found in the house. He had been stabbed twice and died at the scene.

 

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