Police: Woman Stabbed Date With Seashell, Bit His Ear
UPDATE: CBS Miami received new information regarding this case on Monday, March 31, 2014. According to paperwork filed by Assistant State Attorney Susan Chesnutt, Patricia Wehr was not charged in this case. The state filed No Information, which means formal charges were never filed. While Wehr was arrested, the State Attorney decided not to file formal charges.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. (CBS Miami) – Stressed about her court appearance on battery charges the following day, Patricia Wehr went out for drinks with a male friend to get her mind off things. Instead, she allegedly stabbed the man with a seashell and bit his ear.
What was supposed to be a night of stress-free drinking turned ugly for Wehr, who was arrested for allegedly stabbing her 41-year-old male date with a seashell and biting his ear early Tuesday morning.
Port St. Lucie Police have indicated that the male friend, whose name has been withheld, and Wehr, 40, went out for drinks at around 3 a.m. Tuesday to help get her mind off her court appearance. The man told police that everything was fine until they returned to Wehr’s home, when Wehr, started an argument, attempting to grab the man’s head only to scratch his face.
Then, Wehr, following the man around the home, would bite him on the ear before stabbing him four times in his shoulder with a “seashell similar to a thin conch shell,” according to the police report of the incident.
The Palm Beach Post reports that it was a mad scramble for the man to get away from Wehr, who allegedly jumped on the man. She would stop when the man dialed 911.
Wehr has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.