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October 8, 2017


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An 85-year-old woman was stabbed during a kidnapping. Reports say a 49-year-old woman is on the run. The races of the victim and suspect were not mentioned, though a photo of the suspect reveals she is black. 

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85-Year-Old Woman Kidnapped, Stabbed; Suspect on the Run

Irving Police say they are trying to find a 49-year-old woman who they say kidnapped and stabbed an 85-year-old woman.

Investigators say the victim and her husband returned to their home in the 3200 block of Oceanview Street around 9:10 p.m. Friday night.

That's when they noticed the suspect, 49-year-old Lesia Ann Coco sitting on the front porch.

Officers say Coco then got into the victim's car and told her she had knowledge of where some missing jewelry was.

As the victim started driving, Police say Coco pulled out a knife and told the 85-year-old woman this was a robbery.

The victim started honking the horn, trying to attract attention. That's when Coco started stabbing the woman with the knife.

Investigators say Coco also threatened the woman that she would have her husband killed if she did not comply.

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Police say Coco then forced the woman to drive to Arlington, where the victim was able to jump out of the car and seek help at a gas station. Officers say Coco then ran from the scene.





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