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Deputies: Woman stabs man to death during dice game

Christina Oliver Christina Oliver
UNION COUNTY, SC (WYFF) -

A man is dead after deputies say he was stabbed by a woman during a dice game.

Deputies were called to a home on Hunters Trail about a stabbing Wednesday night.

When they arrived, the 911 caller told them his mother, 36-year-old Christina Oliver, and a male friend, 33-year-old Kenneth Goins, were playing dice and got into an argument.

The caller said he left, and when he came back he found Goins bleeding and called 911.

Oliver told her son that Goins fell on a piece of glass and was stabbed by it, according to an incident report.

The caller said he saw Goins lying on the kitchen floor covered with blood.

He said his mother was holding Goin's head and she was also covered in blood.

The deputy said he saw blood on the kitchen walls and cabinets, and the living room floor and dining room floor were also covered in blood.

Goins was flown to Spartanburg Regional Hospital, where he died.

According to the deputy, there were two butcher knives in the kitchen that appeared to have blood on them.


Sheriff David Taylor said it appears Goins, Oliver and Oliver's son got in a verbal and physical confrontation which led to the stabbing.

Taylor said it appears the knives found in the kitchen were used to stabbed Goins.

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