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Police say woman stabbed at GM plant over affair, charges filed

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Alicia Turner

Alicia J. Turner

WENTZVILLE, MO (KTVI)- Police have charged a woman for stabbing another woman inside the General Motors’ assembly plant in Wentzville, MO. Police say Alicia J. Turner, of Florissant, MO, is the wife of a GM worker and used his ID Wednesday night to enter the plant and attack a woman because she was having an affair with her husband.

Police say that she sought out then used a taser on the victim, a 27-year-old forklift operator. With the woman incapacitated, Turner then stabbed her several times. The victim was eventually able to get off the forklift and attempt to run away. Turner chased her and stabbed her in the back before fleeing, according to the court record.


The victim suffered stab wounds to the left leg, left arm, back and chest and was taken to the hospital. The injuries are not life-threatening. The victim identified Turner and admitted to the affair.

On Thursday, Turner turned herself in to Wentzville police around 5:30pm Thursday.  She faces assault, armed criminal action, and other charges.