A Michigan woman called police moments after stabbing her boyfriend to death and killing him, authorities said.
The 22-year-old woman is now charged with open murder, per police. The stabbing happened in Southfield, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit.
The incident took place around 3:30 a.m. on March 15. Erin Danielle Ray called police herself moments after the attack. She told them that she was just in a domestic dispute with her boyfriend and that she stabbed him.
When authorities arrived, they took Jerome Samuel Williams, 27, to the hospital. Williams was pronounced dead upon arrival to the hospital, as reported by Click On Detroit. The incident took place at an apartment complex in Southfield.
Police have not said what led to the domestic dispute.
This week, Ray was charged with one count of open murder against Williams, per authorities. With an open murder charge, that means the prosecutor has not decided between first- or second-degree murder charges. That means the jury will make the decision if they convict Ray.
Ray was arraigned in court on Wednesday and the judge denied her bond. Ray is expected to be back in court on April 1, according to officials.
Become a Front Page Detective
Sign up to receive breaking
Front Page Detectives
news and exclusive investigations.