Shocking headlines and a chilling confession a Texas man gave to cops after allegedly stabbing his girlfriend for telling him she was HIV-positive.
36 year old Larry Dunn, Jr., told cops he snapped during a visit to the Dallas apartment of his new girlfriend, 28-year-old Cicely Bolden.
After the couple had sex, Dunn says Bolden revealed her HIV status.
Furious, he went to the kitchen, grabbed a knife, and stabbed her to death.
Neighbor Latoya Arnett said Bolden’s son and daughter, ages 7 and 8, came home from school around 3:30 p.m. and found their mother’s body.
“They came out crying,” she told the TV station. “I ran out to see what was wrong with them. They were saying, ‘Something’s wrong with mama!’”
Dunn told detectives he burned his clothes and the knife and tossed them in a dumpster at a Waffle House restaurant. Cops later retrieved the charred murder weapon.
Bolden’s two children are in the custody of the boy’s father, Jeff Busby, who said Bolden contracted HIV within the past two years.
The kids are “doing okay, but asking a lot of questions,” Busby told WFAA.
Dunn is being held on $500,000 bond on a murder charge.
HIV revelation leads to Dallas woman’s murder
A 36-year-old Irving man is accused of murdering a woman because she revealed she was HIV positive after the two had sex. Dallas Police say Larry Dunn, Jr., admitted to the crime, telling detectives, “She killed me, so I killed her.” view full article