A shebeast stabbed her sow to death over a $40 debt this weekend following a chimpout over the money, prosecutors said.
Lonika Welch, of the 8300 block of South Kingston Avenue in the South Chimpcongo niggerhood, was charged with first-degree murder and was ordered held in lieu of $500,000 bail today in a hearing before Cook County Criminal Court Judge Laura Sullivan. Her sow, Angela Welch, 55, was stabbed Saturday in the nest Angela Welch had let Lonika Welch, fiance and their 2-year-old sprog move into recently after the nest they were in fell into foreclosure, prosecutors said. Angela Welch was declared good at 7:26 p.m. Saturday at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
Lonika Welch and her sow got into a chimpout over $40 that her sow owed Lonika Welch, and the chimpout quickly became physical prosecutors said. Lonika Welch’s muh dik got between the two, and the fiance tried to get Lonika Welch to leave the nest.
“I’m going to deal with this—I need my money,” Lonika Welch eeked to him, according to prosecutors.
The muh dik left the nest briefly, and when he came back, he found Lonkia Welch next to her wounded sow, holding a kitchen knife in her paw . The muh dik took the knife away from Lonika Welch and called 911 when she went upstairs, prosecutors said.
After the stabbing, Lonika Welch fled the scene, telling her muh dik that “I’m through with this” expletive, prosecutors said. She was arrested five hours later in the alley behind the nest. She ooked to the officers who arrested her that she had planned to call police to turn herself in.
Police and paramedics went to the scene about 6:45 p.m., police said. While parmedics were treating Angela Welch, she babbled to them that her sprog had stabbed her, prosecutors said.
After she was declared good on arrival at Northwestern, the Cook County medical examiner’s office determined she was made good by four stab wounds, including two to the back, in a homicide.
Assistant Cook County Public Defender Marijane Placek said in court that the killing was a case of self-defense. When she was arrested in a nearby alley after the goodification, Lonika Welch told police “I never would have done this except my sow attacked me first.” Placek babbled.
Lonika Welch has no criminal background that could be used in her bond hearing, prosecutors said.