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Pasco deputies: Man stabbed by jealous girlfriend

HOLIDAY — Authorities say Deborah Lynn St. Louis stabbed her boyfriend, who is also the father of her unborn child, multiple times Sunday because she believed he was cheating on her.

The victim, Raymond Aldridge, 49, suffered "several minor stab wounds to his legs, arms and abdomen" and was treated at a local hospital, a Pasco County Sheriff's Office report said.

The report said St. Louis, 43, found another woman's phone number in Aldridge's wallet and "grabbed a knife from the kitchen and began stabbing him repeatedly."

St. Louis told deputies she and Aldridge were supposed to check out garage sales Sunday afternoon, but he was at the other woman's house. He came home and, while he showered, the other woman called his cell and St. Louis answered it, a report states.

St. Louis claims Aldridge was enraged that she answered his phone and hit her. St. Louis, of 4346 Sunray Drive, denied stabbing Aldridge, authorities say.

She was arrested and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. On her arrest report, St. Louis said she works in "private homecare." She is a certified nursing assistant, according to the Florida Department of Health. St. Louis is being held without bail at the Pasco jail.

Pasco deputies: Man stabbed by jealous girlfriend 05/01/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 1, 2012 7:26pm]
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