Essex County News

Montclair Woman Repeatedly Stabbed in Domestic Dispute

0fae94d27f1913103e91_DSC_0788.JPG
Credits: Natalie Heard Hackett
0fae94d27f1913103e91_DSC_0788.JPG

MONTCLAIR, NJ - A 46-year-old Montclair woman was repeatedly stabbed with a knife in a domestic dispute on Monday morning, according to police.

At approximately 11:08 a.m., the Breaking News Network reported that a bleeding victim walked into Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston stating that she had been stabbed in Montclair.

"Montclair Police responded to a residence in town on a reported stabbing incident," said Lt. David O'Dowd of the Montclair Police Department, who added that the victim had been stabbed by a 40-year-old Montclair man in a domestic violence incident.

Sign Up for E-News

Police arrested the man and charged him with Attempted Murder and Weapons Offenses.

The victim is stable at this time. This incident is under investigation. No further information can be released at this time.  

TAP Into Another Town's News:

You May Also Be Interested In

Sign Up for E-News

West Essex

Newark Councilwoman Launches Bid to Become First Female Mayor

January 17, 2018

NEWARK, NJ — Newark Central Ward Councilwoman Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins began her campaign to become the first female mayor of New Jersey's largest city, attacking the record and character of Mayor Ras Baraka.

Chaneyfield Jenkins also framed her run within the struggle of women in Newark and across America to assert themselves as part the growing movement against sexual assault ...

Upcoming Events

Carousel_image_44ebfc26b929787626d7_caribbean_cruise_photo_1

Thu, January 25, 6:30 PM

West Caldwell Public Library, West Caldwell

"Exotic Caribbean Cruises"

Arts & Entertainment

Carousel_image_b0168279a1ecc26166d8_necc

Fri, January 26, 12:00 PM

The Office, Montclair

IT'S NOT JUST LUNCH

Business & Finance Food & Drink

Carousel_image_6b43b5160fdb24b2f144_jan_28_jog

Sun, January 28, 1:00 PM

Our Lady of the Lake School, Verona

Our Lady of the Lake School Open House

Education

Follow the Money

In 2013 a man in the UK cleaned out his junk drawer and absently tossed an old hard drive dismantled from a Dell Computer into the trash.  The hard drive, rusting in landfill somewhere in Wales, contains 7500 bitcoins. 

  

At the time, his staggering loss was about $4 million.  But if he had wisely invested his failing hard drive in a bank safe deposit box his ...