Police charge SC woman with stabbing her boyfriend

- thestate.com

Police say a South Carolina woman has been charged with stabbing her boyfriend to death in her back yard.

The Orangeburg Times and Democrat reported that 59-year-old Lynda Ann Hueston of Orangeburg was arrested Saturday on a murder charge. A jail officer said Sunday there was no information on whether Hueston has attorney. She remained in jail awaiting a bail hearing.

Orangeburg Department of Public Safety Capt. Thad Turner told the newspaper that 49-year-old Anthony B. Harrison of Cordova was found in Hueston's back yard Friday night with multiple stab wounds. An autopsy showed he had been stabbed five times.

Turner said other people were at the home at the time and investigators are still trying to determine what the couple was arguing about.

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