14-year-old boy dies in Phoenix stabbing; woman arrested

Posted 5/15/21

PHOENIX (AP) — Phoenix police said Saturday that a 14-year-old boy who was involved in a fight with other males at a central Phoenix light rail station had died after being stabbed.

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14-year-old boy dies in Phoenix stabbing; woman arrested

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PHOENIX (AP) — Phoenix police said Saturday that a 14-year-old boy who was involved in a fight with other males at a central Phoenix light rail station had died after being stabbed.

A 30-year-old woman who police said stabbed the boy was arrested and booked her into jail on a second-degree murder charge, Sgt. Andy Williams said.

Williams said in a news release that officers responded to a fight involving “multiple males” on the light rail platform at Central and Indian School avenues at about 9 p.m. Friday. Officers learned that Priscilla Uqualla sad stabbed one one of the participants in the fight and she was arrested at the scene. It wasn't clear if Uqualla has a lawyer who could comment on her behalf.

Williams identified the boy who died as Quortez Conley.

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