A woman in her twenties was indicted and imprisoned on Wednesday after stabbing four people on Monday, including one seriously, in a home near Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin), the prosecution said.
The suspect, referred Wednesday at the end of her police custody, was indicted for "attempted murder" on a person and "violence with a weapon followed by incapacity not exceeding 8 days out of three others", according to the prosecution from Strasbourg. “She was placed in pre-trial detention”.
She had been living in this home for six months
According to the regional daily Latest News from Alsace (DNA), she is a 22-year-old Ukrainian asylum seeker who had been living for about six months in this emergency shelter located in Lingolsheim (Bas- Rhine), in the suburbs of Strasbourg.
The facts happened on Monday. For a still unknown reason, the young woman had stabbed four people, including a man very seriously.
The vital prognosis of the latter, a Georgian father suffering from several blows to the liver according to DNA, is no longer engaged, according to the Strasbourg prosecutor's office.