Texas man confesses he stabbed HIV+ girlfriend to death
(CBS) Larry Dunn Jr. made a chilling confession to cops last week after allegedly stabbing his girlfriend for telling him she was HIV-positive, WFAA-TV reported.
"She killed me, so I killed her."
Dunn, a 36-year-old Texas man, told police that he snapped during a visit to the Dallas apartment of his new girlfriend, 28-year-old Cicely Bolden, on Thursday afternoon, according to WFAA.
Bolden apparently revealed her HIV status to Dunn after the couple had sex.
Furious, Dunn grabbed a knife from the kitchen and stabbed Bolden to death.
Bolden's son and daughter, ages 7 and 8, found their mother's body at around 3:30 p.m. when they came home from school, neighbor Latoya Arnett said told the TV station.
"They came out crying. I ran out to see what was wrong with them. They were saying, "Something's wrong with mama!"
According to a detectives, Dunn burned his clothes and the knife he used to stab Bolden and tossed them in a dumpster at a Waffle House restaurant. Cops were able to retrieve the charred murder weapon.
Bolden's two children are in custody of the boy's father, Jeff Busby, who said she contracted HIV within the past two years.
Dunn is being held on $500,000 bond on a murder charge.
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