A Florida woman was arrested after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend with her dogs' rabies needles during an argument accusing him of looking at other women.

A Florida woman has been arrested after she is alleged to have stabbed her boyfriend using rabies needles when he looked at other women.

Sandra Jimenez (44), was charged with aggravated assault in relation to an incident that occurred at the home she shared with her boyfriend on Saturday, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by FOX35 Orlando.

Officers were dispatched to a local hospital after a report that a man had been stabbed with a needle in the eye. According to the police affidavit, Jimenez stabbed his right eyelid with a rabies needle after arguing about him “looking” at other women.



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Sandra Jimenez was charged with aggravated assault after she allegedly stabbed her boyfriend, 44, with rabies syringes, because he looked at other women. (Miami-Dade Police Department).

Jimenez, her eight-year-old boyfriend, allegedly jumped onto the couch where he was lying and then stabbed him in the back with needles. She left the house when she “realized” what she did.

The victim was taken to hospital where he told officers what happened.



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Jimenez, who was charged with the alleged assault and booked at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center under a $7,500 bond (Roberto Koltun/El Nuevo Herald/Tribune News Service through Getty Images),




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The affidavit stated that Jimenez was arrested after police found her sleeping in her vehicle outside her home. When Jimenez was asked by police to explain the alleged assault, she claimed that her boyfriend had “self-inflicted injuries”.

According to arrest records, she is currently in custody at Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center with a bond of $7,500.

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