Waco: He Wanted Chicken, She Brought Home Pizza, Police Say

By: Kyle Muscarello Email
By: Kyle Muscarello Email
Police made one arrest Friday after a woman was stabbed over what she brought home for lunch.

(Photo by Kyle Muscarello)

WACO (January 11, 2014) Waco police have identified a suspect who was believed to have been involved in a Friday afternoon stabbing that the victim said happened after she brought home pizza instead of a chicken sandwich for lunch.

Police arrested Michael Darrin Corsey, 34, at the scene and he was listed on the McLennan County Jail log as being held in lieu of a $5,000 bond charged with aggravated assault bodily injury family violence.

Officers were sent at around 12:45 p.m. Friday to a home in the 1300 block of Clay Avenue after a caller reported the stabbing.

When officers arrived they found the woman, who had been injured during a domestic disturbance.

She told officers her boyfriend sent her out for a chicken sandwich for lunch and when she returned with pizza, he stabbed her with a kitchen knife, Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton said.

She was also choked and struck in the face, Swanton said.

Paramedics treated her at the scene, he said.

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