Woman accused in stabbing at Missouri GM plant

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ST. CHARLES, Mo. (AP) _ A woman is accused of stabbing a worker at a General Motors plant near St. Louis over what authorities say was an extramarital affair.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch says St. Charles County prosecutors charged 27-year-old Alicia Turner of Florissant with assault, armed criminal action and burglary.

Police say in court documents that Turner is the wife of a GM worker and used her husband’s identification to enter the Wentzville factory Wednesday. Authorities allege Turner found the victim driving a forklift, shocked her with a stun gun and stabbed her five times.

Police say in court records the victim was having an affair with Turner’s husband.

The victim was treated at a hospital for injuries police said weren’t life-threatening.

Online court records don’t show whether Turner has an attorney.

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