A woman told police she was stabbed Monday morning after she was threatened with a gun and forced into a car in east Fort Worth, police reported.
The woman, 27, told officers she was outside at 1 a.m. in the 1400 block of Etta Street off East Rosedale Street when a man drove up, pointed a gun at her and told her to get into the car, said officer Tamara Pena, a police spokeswoman.
The gunman drove around for a while and then stabbed her after she “wasn’t complying with what he wanted,” Pena said.
The woman went to John Peter Smith Hospital for her wounds, and police were called. She was in stable condition, Pena said.
Detectives “are still trying to figure out what is going on with the story,” she said.
No one had been arrested as of Monday night.
Staff writer Monica S. Nagy contributed to this report.
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