Woman Says She Accidentally Stabbed Husband After Slipping On Dog Poop- If you’re going to “allegedly” kill someone stick to one actually conceivable story.
That’s what a woman in Florida didn’t do after the stabbing death of her husband.
Rachel Fidanian did say she stabbed hubby Bryant.
It’s how she did it that she kept changing. First it was holding her dog while doing dishes, then it was running towards her husband and slipping, then it was holding her dog while slicing pizza then tripping.
The hands down best one was when she told an EMS crew that she was slicing pizza when her dog pooped and she went to clean the poop with a knife in her hand but slipped on the doggy doo.
That story was apparently full of it as detectives found no feces anywhere inside. Rachel was arrested last Wednesday. Looks like it hit the fan.
Lakeland wife claimed to accidentally stab husband after slipping on dog feces, detectives say - Story | WOFL
Bryant was transported to Lakeland Regional Health but later died at the hospital. During the investigation, a detective spoke to Rachel, and she provided another account of what lead up to the stabbing death.
Detectives said she told them she woke up around 8 a.m. to cook a frozen pizza for herself and the victim. The victim was sleeping on the couch, and Rachel ate half the pizza. Later, she said she used a filet knife to start slicing the other half of the pizza for the victim, when she heard the dog whimpering outside.
She said she observed orange feces covering the dog, so she picked the dog up, and brought him inside, according to her affidavit. The dog began urinating and defecating on itself in the living room, so she asked the victim for help, but she tripped on the rug, fell forward and ended up stabbing the victim.
Detectives said they found no signs of feces or urine inside the living room or on her clothing at the time of the stabbing. They also asked her to demonstration how she was holding her dog, but she was unable to pick it up.
"The suspect made a lot of excuses, but none of them made sense,” said Sheriff Grady Judd in a statement. “Our detectives did a thorough investigation. In the end, they determined this was an intentional act of domestic violence. Incidentally, her arrest occurred during Domestic Violence Awareness Month."