Crime and courts

A man is charged in Jefferson Street double stabbing that left one woman dead, and another critically injured

Richmond police have charged the man they say is responsible for a double stabbing in Richmond’s Jackson Ward on Oct. 8.

Richmond police said they found two women suffering from life-threatening stab wounds just before 1 p.m. on Friday October 8.

Quincy Rawlings, 53, of Richmond, has been charged with malicious wounding and stabbing a week after he was taken into custody.

Rawlings allegedly attacked two women in a building on the 100 block of N Jefferson Street. Natalie Simmons-Price, 60, of Richmond, succumbed to her wounds at the hospital, while the other woman is being treated for life-threatening injuries.

 

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