Man hands woman a knife, both charged in murder
A woman was charged with fatally stabbing a woman and a man was charged with providing her with the knife, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Friday.
Ivory May Andis, 21, and Tylor James Jorgensen, 22, were both charged with second-degree murder in the death Thursday of Dargenella Wade.
According to the criminal complaint, police responded to a call at 5:13 a.m. Thursday, regarding a fight with weapons at the transit station and parking ramp located at 101 N. 9th St., in Minneapolis. There, they found the 44-year-old Wade bleeding from numerous stab wounds. She died about a half-hour later at Hennepin County Medical Center.
Wade and Andis had been fighting earlier in the morning and at one point, Wade sprayed mace on Andis and her boyfriend. Eventually, Wade left and went to the transit station. A witness then saw Andis break a bottle. However, Jorgensen stopped her and gave her a knife, according to the complaint and Andis continued to the station and stabbed Wade.
Jorgensen and Andis are expected to make their first court appearances on Monday.
Andis Criminal Complaint (PDF)
Jorgensen Criminal Complaint (PDF)