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CrimeWoman to remain jailed in identical twin sister's slaying

00:30  28 june  2019
00:30  28 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

17-year-old jailed after step-sister found unconscious in Graham

17-year-old jailed after step-sister found unconscious in Graham A 17-year-old boy is in jail after his step-sister was found unconscious. The Alamance County Sheriff's Office says on Monday, they responded to a home on Old Plantation Drive in Graham, in reference to a domestic disturbance. When they arrived, deputies found a female lying in the front yard, unconscious but breathing. Deputies say after speaking with witnesses, they learned the victim and her step-brother got into a physical altercation, resulting in the victim suffering a head injury. Deputies could not find the suspect, Christopher Vincent Troy Casey, at the time. The victim was transported to a nearby hospital to be evaluated for her injuries.

A New Jersey woman accused of stabbing her identical twin to death during a street fight will remain jailed until her trial on aggravated manslaughter charges. Amanda Ramirez' s public defender says she didn't purposely kill her sister and sought to have her released on house arrest.

A New Jersey woman accused of stabbing her identical twin to death during a street fight will remain jailed until her trial on aggravated manslaughter charges. Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience

Woman to remain jailed in identical twin sister's slaying © David Maialetti Amanda Ramirez is escorted out of the courtroom after a pretrial detention hearing June 27, 2019, in Camden, New Jersey. CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey woman accused of stabbing her identical twin to death during a street fight will remain jailed until her trial on aggravated manslaughter charges.

A state judge issued the ruling Thursday.

Camden County prosecutors say 27-year-old Amanda Ramirez initially denied stabbing her sister, Anna, at the Centennial Village Apartments in Camden early Saturday. They say she later admitted to the stabbing but said she acted in self-defense after her sister got a knife and came at her.

Prosecutors say those claims are contradicted by a woman who saw most of the fight, though she didn't see the stabbing occur.

Amanda Ramirez's public defender says she didn't purposely kill her sister and sought to have her released on house arrest.

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