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Woman stabs man to death in South Shore

A woman is in custody after authorities said she stabbed a man to death during a domestic dispute on the city's south side early this morning.

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Woman stabs man to death in South Shore

CHICAGO - A woman is in custody after authorities said she stabbed a man to death during a domestic dispute on the city's south side early this morning.

The incident happened around 7:20 a.m. Saturday morning in the 2100 block of E. 69th Street in the South Shore neighborhood on the city's south side.

Police responded to a domestic incident on the above bock and found a 38-year-old male who had been stabbed multiple times to his body. The man was reportedly in a "domestic" altercation with the woman, who then proceeded to stab him multiple times.

The man was taken to University of Chicago Hospital where he was initially listed in critical condition but he later died from his injuries.

The woman was taken into custody by Chicago Police who indicated she was previously known to authorities.

Area One Detectives are currently investigating.


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