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Updated: Dover Man Wanted for Stabbing Turns Self in

Posted: Jun 03, 2018 4:37 PM Updated:

DOVER, Del.- A man wanted for stabbing and threatening to kill another person in a parking lot in Dover has turned himself in to police.

Delaware State Police said Woodly N. Clairvoyant, 27, of Dover, turned himself in at Troop 3 in Camden on Monday morning. He was charged with felony assault and terroristic threatening and ordered held in the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in default of $11,000 secured bond.

Police said Clairvoyant was wanted in connection with an incident that occurred at the Dover Estates apartment complex on Webbs Lane around 2 a.m. Sunday.

Troopers said Clairvoyant was walking through the complex's parking lot when another car pulled in. Police said that at that point Clairvoyant and the driver exchanged words, which escalated into an argument. Police said Clairvoyant then grabbed a concealed object and stabbed the victim.

Police said that during the stabbing, Clairvoyant threatened to kill the victim before he fled the scene.

The victim was transported to a hospital and treated for a serious injury. 

 

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