UPDATE (02/15/20) — MCSO releases more details on the road rage incident involving 17-year-old Daveniece Jones.
As Jones and Mitchell Schenkel argued over her erratic driving, she took out a knife and cut Schenkel’s arm. As Jones began to leave, Schenkel kicked her car prompting Jones’ response to stab him in the chest two to three times.
MCSO says Jones left the scene but came back after getting a family member.
SEMMES, Ala. (WKRG) — UPDATE (9:01 p.m.): The 17-year-old who stabbed a person during a road rage incident at a gas station is Daveniece Jones. She is charged with first-degree assault, harassing communications and two counts of fourth-degree theft of property.
UPDATE (8:04 p.m.): The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office has identified the suspect in a stabbing at a gas station as a 17-year-old girl.
Deputies received multiple calls about the girl driving erratically on Moffett Road, passing cars in the turn lane and slinging debris into cars. The sheriff’s office says when she came to a stop at the gas station, the victim approached her to see what was going on. The girl got out of the car with a knife and stabbed the victim several times in the chest.
The victim is still in surgery with life-threatening injuries. The girl is being charged with first-degree assault.
A stabbing at a gas station on Friday stemmed from a road rage incident, a Mobile County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson tells News 5.
Deputies responded to the Circle K at Moffett Road and Snow Road after a girl stabbed a man several times in the chest.
The sheriff’s office said the incident started because the girl was driving erratically, and things escalated from there.
The victim’s injuries are said to be life-threatening.
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