Last February, Alicia Turner entered the General Motors Wentzville, Missouri, plant and stabbed an employee after she believed the employee was having an affair with her husband. Turner will now face seven years in prison, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Turner used her husband’s ID to enter the plant, located the victim, and used a stun gun on her before stabbing her five times. The victim’s injuries were not life-threatening. After the initial confrontation, the victim screamed and ran away, but Turner chased her also stabbed her in the back. Turner eventually fled the scene.
The following day, Turner sent a text message to a medical office telling workers she could not keep her appointment because “she would most likely be going to jail that day,” police said. A worker at the office asked for clarification and Turner forwarded her a news story regarding the stabbing at the GM plant. The worker saved the messages and contacted police.
Turner pleaded guilty to felony assault, armed criminal action and misdemeanor trespassing.