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Stabbing Victim Gives Officers Account Of How She Says Ex-Boyfriend Attacked Her In Prosser

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The NBC Right Now Investigative Team has the court documents that detail what 20-year-old Alondra Herrera went through Thursday while she says she was attacked and stabbed by her ex-boyfriend. The NBC Right Now Investigative Team has the court documents that detail what 20-year-old Alondra Herrera went through Thursday while she says she was attacked and stabbed by her ex-boyfriend.
NBCRightNow.com – The NBC Right Now Investigative Team has the court documents that detail what 20-year-old Alondra Herrera went through Thursday while she says she was attacked and stabbed by her ex-boyfriend.

As she tried to leave her apartment Thursday morning on Heck Road, Alondra Herrera says her ex-boyfriend 21-year-old Christian Ramirez was hiding in her truck.

She went on to tell officers that he began stabbing her multiple times. She thought he was leaving as he got out of the truck but he came back. She says he started to stab her again. He then pulled her out of her truck, left her at the scene and drove off in that truck according to the documents. That truck was later found near the Grant Avenue bridge over the Yakima River where officers found blood inside.

"We got some good tips from the public yesterday and it was with everybody's help that we were able to take him into custody without anybody else getting hurt," said Lieutenant Chuck Jones of the Benton County Sheriff's Office.  He also told us the couple ended their relationship about one month ago.

The apartment that became a crime scene on Wine Country Road was actually Ramirez's family residence. It was there that investigators found more blood trails.

Officers spoke with family members who explained Ramirez only just returned to the state the day before from California. They also indicated they had no clue where he could have been hiding from officers.

With information from police we discovered Ramirez made his way to Sunnyside to a family's residence. Those family members told officers they knew to call the police after seeing Ramirez's picture on media reports. They locked their door, called 911 and thanks to that call police finally found him.

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