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Woman stabs man and drops him off at hospital

A trail a blood lead police to stabbing suspect
WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - A woman accused of stabbing a man told Houston County Deputies she could not remember anything.

Deputies were flagged down when they arrived at the Houston County Medical Center, located at 1601 Watson Blvd. in Warner Robins, around 3 a.m. Wednesday.

Medical staff told deputies Nakeisha Shontavia Ellison, 24, dropped off Samuel Lee Robinson, 27, at the emergency room and left.

But she returned five minutes later while deputies were at the hospital.

Deputy P.E. Rutherford said he saw large amounts of blood on the front passenger side of a Honda Accord parked in front of the emergency room. The medical center staff told deputies Robinson arrived in the car, and it was driven by Ellison.

“I...observed blood on her pants,” said Rutherford in his police report. “When asked what happened Ms. Ellison [said] that she did not know, she just dropped him off.”

Ellison refused to talk with deputies about the incident and told them they would have to ask Robinson.

Ellison is charged with aggravated assault.

The couple reportedly lived together on Wynfield Lane in Warner Robins. Deputies were called out to the home around 1 a.m. Wednesday for a domestic dispute between the couple.

Later that same morning, Warner Robins police got a call about a suspicious car in the couple's neighborhood, but police were unable to locate the Honda.

Investigators are trying to determine if Robinson was stabbed in the car or at his home. Ellison is reportedly not cooperating and Robinson told deputies two unknown black men stabbed him.

Because of prior domestic problems between the couple, investigators believe the stabbing occurred in the car in the Fagin Mill and Peach Blossom area.


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