Stabbed Monopoly Game

October 28, 2011 by staff 

Stabbed Monopoly Game, A woman from New Mexico, repeatedly stabbed her boyfriend after accusing him of cheating in a game of Monopoly early yesterday, police said.

Laura Chavez, 60, and her boyfriend were playing the popular board game in his apartment in Santa Fe, where the conflict occurred. Chavez, pictured in the mug shot at right, allegedly admitted stabbing her boyfriend, Clyde “Butch” Smith, with a kitchen knife.

Police said both Chavez and the Smith 48 years old, appeared to be drunk. The man, who police found bleeding profusely from wounds to the head and right wrist, was hospitalized in stable condition yesterday. Smith told investigators that Chavez first hit him in the head with a glass bottle and then “took a knife and started cutting him, causing injuries to the top of your head, neck, forehead and left eye right wrist. ”

When police arrived at the building of Chavez, she was sitting on the porch “suspect covered in blood.” Asked if the blood was Smith, she replied: “Yes, I fcked up.”

Chavez went to jail, he went directly to jail in a variety of charges including aggravated assault on a family member with a deadly weapon and battery on a law enforcement officer. Held in the county jail in Santa Fe, instead of 5000 and bonds (or until the rolls double).

10 years old, grandson of Chavez, who had been playing with the two adults, told police that her grandmother began to argue with Smith because she thought he was “cheating Monopoly”, according to a statement of probable cause. The boy, who had gone to bed before the stabbing began, not described in more detail the alleged deception.

But fans of the games Parker Brothers is known that the deception may involve both a) the collection and 200 before moving on to “Go”, b) biting some gold beads, and 100 of the bank, or c) landing on Baltic Avenue, but the palms promenade card ownership.

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