CASPER , Wyo., March 3 (UPI) -- A Wyoming woman has been charged with felony aggravated assault and battery after an incident where she allegedly stabbed a 5-foot-tall teddy bear that her ex-boyfriend had given her while telling him, “I wish this was you.”
Carly Marra moved to Capser in the fall to live with Jordan McAlexander after they had a child together. After Marra informed him that she was now carrying another man’s baby, McAlexander began seeing an ex-girlfriend.
Marra delivered the second baby in January and McAlexander informed her via text that their relationship was over toward and the end of February, the Star Tribune reported. She consented, but asked to have one final night with the family.
That night, the two had an argument about smoking and Marra allegedly attacked the teddy bear with a kitchen knife. McAlexander told police Marra allegedly said, “I’m going to stab you,” while grabbing the bear, and then proceeded to punch, elbow and kick him in the face and groin.
During the altercation, Marra alleges that McAlexander punctured her arm with the knife and hit her head against a wall.
In addition to the felony charge, Marra was charged with possession after police found an ounce of marijuana and liquid THC in the apartment.