COVINA — A Covina woman stabbed her boyfriend numerous times with both a kitchen knife and fork during an argument at a Covina mobile home park late Friday, authorities said.
Mist Napolitano, 52, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following the alleged attack, which took place about 8:50 p.m. at a mobile home park in the 1300 block of North Citrus Avenue, Covina police Sgt. Jim McDonough said.
Napolitano and her longtime boyfriend, 45, became involved in an argument when she stabbed him numerous times with a kitchen knife, the sergeant said. The man was stabbed in both his arms, his chin and his upper torso.
The man was also stabbed several times in the back with a fork, McDonough said. The wounded man managed to call for help and was hospitalized in stable condition.
Napolitano fled the scene but was captured a short time later, with blood still on her clothing, outside the Aurora Charter Oak Hospital, police said.
Napolitano, who is on parole, was being held without bail, officials added.