A Northeast Washington woman Friday pled guilty to one count of assault with a dangerous weapon in connection to the Aug. 2 stabbing and wounding of her boyfriend.
Prosecutors said Thomure Queen, 22, was high on PCP when she and her boyfriend were engaged in sex in his home in the 300 block of 61st St. NE. Queen pulled out a knife and stabbed him in his upper left chest area, prosecutors said.
According to charging documents, the two then began fighting and the boyfriend struck Queen with a plant in self defense. Queen ran out of her boyfriend’s home. When police arrived, they found a bloody kitchen knife on a chair in the bedroom and blood on the bed sheets. There was also a house plant scattered on the floor near the bed.
The victim showed police a cellular phone which he said the two had used to videotape their evening.
Judge Ann O’Regan Keary, concerned about Queen’s PCP usage and violence, ordered Queen held in D.C. jail until her sentencing Nov. 18.