MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - UPDATE: Gladys Lovett and Bridgette Williams surrendered less than 24 hours after appearing on FOX10 News Fugitive Files. They were suspects 536 and 537 to be arrested after appearing on Fugitive Files and brought the number of those who surrendered to 282.
This week's FOX10 News Fugitive Files suspects are Gladys Lovett and Bridgette Williams. Mobile Police Corporal Christopher Levy says they are wanted for assault.
"Back in early August, we were notified of a stabbing and what we were able to identify is, we have our 2 suspects here, that while during an argument stabbed the victim multiple times with knives," said Levy. "So each one was armed?," I asked. "Yes, both of them assaulted the victims with knives," he said.
Gladys Lovett is 59 years old, 5 foot 9 inches tall and weighs 195 pounds.
Bridgette Williams is 45 years old, 5 foot 4 and weighs 130 pounds.
If you know where to find either one of them, call the FOX10 News Fugitive Files/Crimestoppers Hotline at 251-208-7000. Lovett has been arrested in the past on theft charges. Her last known address is 6700 Fox Creek Drive in Eight Mile. Williams' arrest record includes contempt of court, DUI and negotiating a worthless instrument. Her last known address is 1417 Leeds Avenue in Whistler.
Police tell me that Lovett and Williams used to work with the victim, who was stabbed in the head, arms and chest during the attack in the area of Griffin Street in Trinity Gardens. Each faces a felony charge of assault.
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