16-Year-Old Girl Stabbed To Death During Fight Over Sweet And Sour Sauce

Liggon is said to have been stabbed with a seven-and-a-half-inch pocketknife in her chest and abdomen.
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A 16-year-old teenage girl identified as Naima Liggon, has reportedly been stabbed to death during a fight with another female agemate over sweet and sour sauce outside of a McDonalds in Washington D.C, United States.

  Liggon was rushed to a local hospital following the incident in the early hours of Sunday morning at the fast-food restaurant, Daily Mail reports on Tuesday.

The unnamed suspect was charged to court with second-degree murder after she was arrested by the Metropolitan Police while armed with a knife on Sunday afternoon.

During court proceedings on Monday, Detective Brendan Jasper testified that the death of the deceased who is from Waldorf in Baltimore was a result of an argument concerning the sauce.

The suspect who is also from Waldorf, claimed the stabbing was done in self-defense, and that she was knocked to the ground by Liggon and another person during the fight.

D.C Superior Court Judge Sherri Beatty-Arthur ordered that the suspect be held until Friday, saying, “At the end of the day, someone is dead over a dispute over sauce.”

Liggon is said to have been stabbed with a seven-and-a-half-inch pocketknife in her chest and abdomen.

Her family in a statement shared by the outlet said, “Naima was a beautiful, smart, funny, and unique young lady who loved life. She was loved and admired by so many people.

“Naima loved music and the arts, basketball, and she was shaping up to be a master barber.

“She had just been hired to work at Krispy Kreme as a doughnut specialist and was preparing to get her driver’s license.

“The impact of this senseless loss has affected our family, our friends, and our community.”

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