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Woman Went Shopping after Stabbing Roommates 

A Florida woman with two roommates reportedly went shopping at Publix after trying to murder them with a kitchen knife because she was asked to move out of the residence, 

According to reports, a few months ago, the 30-year-old was told that her room was needed so that a relative of one of the other residents could live in the home. 

The woman reportedly became enraged when she was informed that she would need to acquire new housing. She allegedly began plotting her revenge. 

On the morning of September 16, the woman allegedly grabbed a knife from the kitchen. She reportedly used a taser pen on one of her roommates while their back was turned, and when he turned around, she stabbed the man several times. 

The other roommate rushed to the kitchen when they heard the alleged attack. The woman allegedly stabbed them in the chest. 

It was reported that the woman believed she had killed both people. 

She allegedly cleaned the knife with bleach and placed it in a plastic bag. She reportedly hid the taser pen in her room and put on a new outfit. 

The suspect reportedly left the premises in her automobile and took the plastic bag holding the knife with her. 

One of the roommates was able to dial 911 and reported that the woman attacked him and the other resident with a knife. 

The authorities arrived, and the stabbing victims were taken to the hospital. 

When deputies searched for the suspect, they found her driving in her vehicle near the residence. She was allegedly on her way back home after going shopping at Publix. 

The woman reportedly told the authorities that she believed she is a “sociopath” with an “undiagnosed dissociative identity disorder” brought on by an abusive childhood. 

The suspect was taken into custody and booked into the Marion County Jail. She may face charges of two counts of attempted first-degree murder and tampering with evidence. She is currently being held without bond. 

It was reported that both victims are still in critical condition. 

If you or someone you love is suspected of a criminal offense, contact Orange County criminal defense lawyer Staycie R. Sena at (949) 477-8088 for a consultation now. 

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