She met a man on Facebook.Then he reaped him outside her house, the cop says

Wisconsin Department of Justice

Wisconsin Department of Justice

A Wisconsin woman stabbed a man she recently met online, deliberately flipped it over, circled the block, hunted down the victim again, and then “to make sure he was dead,” 1 He was charged with murder. ” According to a criminal complaint filed in the Milwaukee County Circuit Court..

Lydia Carmona-Kartahena, 23, appeared in court on Monday on suspicion of one intentional murder and the use of dangerous weapons.5ft High Cartagena-Cartagena Previously arrested for felony domestic violence, And remain imprisoned for $ 100,000 in cash bonds. If she is convicted of a new charge, she faces life imprisonment.

The horrific incident occurred early on December 9, complaints said. Immediately after 5:45 am, I heard witnesses identified only as “JH” in the filing out of the shower and screaming outside.

When JH looked out the window, she saw 41-year-old Chad Wilson and Cartagena-Cartagena “quarreling”. JH initially said Wilson was on Carmona-Cartagena and seemed to hit her, but when he saw Carmona-Cartagena “pulling”, things were the other way around. I noticed. [Wilson] And drag him. “

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According to the complaint, Cartagena-Cartagena later told police that she and Wilson met on Facebook a week or two ago. They met for the first time on December 8 and spent “about 24 hours” together, the complaint explained, “while hanging out, they drank alcohol and took medicine containing cocaine.” increase.

But somewhere, things went dark.

At Wilson’s house, Cartagena-Cartagena was angry because she had a lighter and a cup on the table. [Wilson]”The complaint says. “She didn’t like him being aggressive, so she asked him to drive her house.”

Along the way, Wilson stopped and told her to leave, the complaint alleges. “I wasn’t happy because I had a big bag that I had to take home,” said Carmona-Cartagena. She then took the knife out of her purse, chased Wilson across the street, and reportedly “stabbed him three times.” [in] Wilson’s legs and abdomen before he can move the knife away from Cartagena. “

When Wilson was screaming for help, Cartagena-Cartagena “walked and kicked. [him] JH tells the detective that Cartagena boarded Wilson’s black Cadillac SUV and said, ” [Wilson]… it looks like he’s trying to hit him in the car, “complains. Wilson managed to hide behind a tree, according to JH, who estimated that Cartagena had hit Wilson “three or four times” in his car.

“JH said that [Carmona-Cartagena] Then drive the block and hit [Wilson] Again, “says the complaint. “JH explained it many times. [Carmona-Cartagena] Overrun [Wilson], Even after driving around the block or in the neighbor’s yard. JH finally said she saw [Carmona-Cartagena] Overrun [Wilson]Neck and head. “

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Then JH saw Cartagena standing on Wilson and saying something to him. She “goes away when the siren begins to ring” and drives into a nearby alley to escape from the scene.

Another witness, identified as “TP” in the complaint, left home at around 6:05 am and told the detective that he “saw what he initially thought was an animal in the street.”

“The TP had to orbit around the object and make sure it was the human body,” the complaint said. TP pulled and called 911. While she was on the phone, TP said she saw a black SUV coming up from behind and tried to stop the driver from hitting Wilson’s body again. According to the complaint, Cartagena-Cartagena got out of the car, stood “without a word” on her body, saw the TP and ran the car.

Both eyewitness testimonies were corroborated by surveillance videos from a nearby church, the complaint said.

Wilson was sentenced to death by the Milwaukee Fire Department at 6:24 am. [the] “Vehicle” complains.

The detective finally began searching for an SUV on the Carmona-Cartagena driveway, about a block away. She was sitting in the car. “The headlights and grille on the passenger side were mixed with blood and damage from the accident. [sic], “According to the complaint.

Officers arrested Carmona-Cartagena, after which she made “some one-sided statements,” but complaints continue.

“I know why I hit him for safety, but I thought he was still okay,” Cartagena told first responders.

Cartagena-Cartagena allegedly grabbed the car key while Wilson was bleeding to the ground and admitted to returning to the SUV and driving towards him.

“She missed a few times, but finally said she was able to hit him on the street,” the complaint said. “She saw him still in motion after running him for the first time, so she ran him a few more times to make sure he was dead. She killed him. She said she ran him for the first time. She knew she had plenty of opportunities to drive away, but he was a member of the gang, could get a gun, and would come and retaliate. I was thinking. “

After allegedly killing Wilson Local NBC affiliate WTMJ explains as a supporter of the community Complaints involved in helping formerly imprisoned people return to society say Cartagena told police she was approaching Wilson. She left the scene when she heard the siren approaching. She drove to her residence and after a while the squad was pulled up to her house. “

Autopsy determined that Wilson’s death was a murder due to blunt trauma. His family could not be contacted on Tuesday.

Vincent Paul Guimont, the elected defense counsel for Carmona-Cartagena, did not immediately respond to The Daily Beast’s request for comment. Carmona-Cartagena will return to court for a preliminary hearing on December 23.

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