A search continued Sunday for a 49-year-old woman accused of kidnapping and stabbing an 85-year-old Irving woman, police said.
A search continued Sunday for a 49-year-old woman accused of kidnapping and stabbing an 85-year-old Irving woman, police said. McClatchy
A search continued Sunday for a 49-year-old woman accused of kidnapping and stabbing an 85-year-old Irving woman, police said. McClatchy

After helping an elderly man, she kidnapped his 85-year-old wife, police say

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