By Dan Wing, Elizabeth Hur
RUNNEMEDE, N.J. (CBS) – Authorities say two women are facing charges following a fight outside a Wawa in Runnemede, Camden County Sunday, in which a man’s estranged wife was stabbed by his mistress.
Runnemede Police Chief Paul Dailey says 34-year-old Sayidah Davis of Vorhees suspected her husband of cheating on her with another woman, so she decided to use the Find My iPhone app to follow his moves.
Dailey says Davis went to the Wawa gas station on the 800 block of North Blackhorse Pike and confronted 37-year-old Shenandoah Goldsby at the pumps while her husband, 33-year-old John Davis , was inside:
“She approached the car, striking Ms. Goldsby in the face once. Ms. Goldsby then exits the vehicle with a knife, allegedly stabbing Mrs. Davis several times in the side and the arm.”
Dailey says an 18-year-old gas station attendant tried to break up the fight, and ended up being stabbed in the arm:
“The fight started at the gas pumps, then it pursued inside the Wawa. Officers went to the scene, and an arrest was made of Ms. Goldsby, Mrs. Davis and the gas attendant were transported to Cooper Hospital in Camden for treatment.”
The attendant is said to be suffering from non-life threatening injuries.
Police say the couple had been estranged for four years and they are investigating exactly what motivated this attack. They say the entire incident was caught on tape.
Goldsby has been charged with aggravated assault and is now in jail on $70,000 bail. Davis has been charged with simple assault, accused of biting and punching the other woman.