GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) – Days after a stabbing victim went to a store for help, police say they have charged a woman with attempted murder in the knife attack.
Zeneviah Lashay Lee, 24, has been charged with attempted murder, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and providing a false name to police.
A 911 call was made after a male victim went to the Walgreens store at 2008 Laurens Road for help around 9:50 p.m. Friday.
Police say the victim was stabbed twice – once in the neck and another wound in the arm. The victim was alert and transported by EMS to the hospital, police say.
Lee was detained and interviewed.
Police say the stabbing happened at the CVS at 2210 Laurens Road. That’s where the victim’s vehicle was located.
According to an arrest warrant, Lee stabbed the victim as she sat in the backseat of the car and he was in the front seat preparing to drive.
Lee fled the scene and was later identified in a photo lineup.
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