The Bizarre World of Florida

Not my idea of a ‘fun’ day: woman arrested, hospitalized after repeatedly stabbing herself. June 2, 2012

Filed under: Amazing,Bizzarre,Dangerous Nut,Florida Nut,Scary,Stabbing,WTF? — floridaduh @ 3:50 pm

Police arrested a Palm Beach Gardens woman for allegedly stabbing a teenaged  girl, and later attempting suicide by stabbing herself.

This morning, 21-year-old Carol Ann Geberin is under police surveillance at  St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach. She is facing aggravated  battery charges.

Palm Beach Gardens Police say they learned of the incident, when they were  dispatched around 4:30 p.m. Thursday to the 5000 block of Hood Road in  response to a suicide call.

The responding officers met with a 17-year-old girl, who said Geberin had  repeatedly stabbed herself in the stomach during an incident between the  two, according to the arrest report.

The girl, whose name was withheld in the report, said Geberin ran into the  teen’s house Thursday afternoon, grabbed a “fillet knife” and put  it to the teen’s throat. As the teen tried to take the knife away from  Geberin, the woman stabbed the girl in the right forearm, she said.

The teen said she managed to run away, but Geberin caught up with her and  slammed her on the ground. As the teen got back up and ran toward a friend’s  car, she said she saw Geberin stabbing herself in the stomach.

Before leaving, Geberin allegedly caught up with the teen, grabbed her by her  hair as she said she loved her and then began punching the teen in the face.  The teen was driven away from the scene by a friend.

Officers found Geberin in the 9000 block of Highland Pines Boulevard in  suburban Palm Beach Gardens. They rushed her to Palm Beach Gardens Medical  Center after noticing that she had “two visible puncture wounds.”

But doctors there learned that her “self-inflicted wounds” were not  superficial, and instead rushed her to St. Mary’s.

Geberin underwent surgery at the hospital, where she is currently under  observation by doctors and surveillance by police, the report said.


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