WENTZVILLE, Mo. – A woman suspected of stabbing another woman five times at the Wentzville GM Plant Wednesday night turned herself in Thursday evening.
According to a plant spokesperson, the victim was transported to a hospital with non-life threatening injures.
Police knew the identity of the suspect before she turned herself in on Thursday. The suspect, Alicia Turner, was seen on surveillance video using her husband's ID to get inside the plant.
According to the probable cause statement, the suspect was driving a forklift when Turner attacked her with a stun gun, then stabbed her repeatedly.
“She jumped out with a taser-type device and stunned her with that, and began to stab her while she’s still on the forklift. The victim was able to kick her way out of that and run, but the suspect chased her down and was able to stab her one more time,” Chief Frisz said.
The victim's injuries are non-life threatening.
The victim admitted to officers that she did have a sexual relationship with Turner's husband before the attack.
Turner has been charged with assault and armed criminal action.