Brandon Marshall Stabbing Police Report

As everyone knows by now, Miami Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall was stabbed by his wife on Friday and later underwent surgery. He is expected to be OK in two to three weeks according to his representatives. 

The police report has been obtained by the Miami Herald confirming that his wife has been charged with aggravated battery/deadly weapon in a domestic violence case.

Here is the police's description of the situation in the report. Marshall is the victim and his wife is the defendant in the report.

On April 22nd, 2011, the above listed defendant did unlawfully and intentionally arm herself with a kitchen knife and stab the victim in the abdomen. The victim and defendant have ben married for approximately one year and have been involved as a couple for approximately two and one half years and have no children together. The victim provided sworn testimony advising that he slipped and ell onto a broken glass vase; however, the area of where the vase was broken indicated no blood within the immediate area  to substantiate his claim. However, the defendant was read Miranda on scene wherein post Miranda she stated she stabbed the victim out of self defense. Photographs were taken of the scene and of the victim. Both the victim and defendant provided scant information regarding the incident itself; however, based upon the post Miranda statement and the injuries to the victim, the defendant was taken into custody for the above listed charge.

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