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Woman Accused of Stabbing Ex-Boyfriend in South Tulsa

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Crime scene tape surrounds the apartment where the man was stabbed. Crime scene tape surrounds the apartment where the man was stabbed.
Veronica Rodriguez Veronica Rodriguez

A Tulsa woman was arrested Thursday, accused of stabbing a man at his apartment complex earlier this morning. 

Veronica Rodriguez was arrested on complaints of assault with a dangerous weapon, larceny and destroying evidence, according to jail booking records.

Police said the man was stabbed at his apartment complex near the 1500 block of E. 71st. Pl. around 1:30 a.m.

Officers said the man had been arguing with Rodriguez, his ex-girlfriend, when he was stabbed.

Tulsa police said the man will undergo surgery for a punctured lung. He also received injuries to the back of his head but is expected to recover.

Rodriguez turned herself in to police at the Family Safety Center.

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