Wanted Woman Allegedly Confesses On Facebook To Killing Boyfriend

The 18-year-old woman allegedly claims her boyfriend punched her in the eyes before she stabbed him.

Authorities in California are searching for an 18-year-old woman who allegedly stabbed her boyfriend to death and posted a confession on Facebook.

Nakasia James has been on the run since Monday, shortly after she allegedly posted a status update to Facebook, which read, in part: "Just goin tell ya nw be4 I get caught. ... We was really fightn and I gt the knife and stabbed him ddnt think I would hurt him BT I did he died and I'm on the run."

In the post, James allegedly accused her boyfriend, identified by police as 21-year-old Dorian Powell, of punching her "in my eyes."

A person with the same name as Nakasia James posted a disturbing status update on Facebook.
A person with the same name as Nakasia James posted a disturbing status update on Facebook.

The Facebook post stated James is on the run and "pigs lookn for me."

San Bernardino police spokeswoman Eileen Hards told Los Angeles KABC-TV, "investigators have been monitoring her Facebook page and did see several of the posts that she made."

The Facebook account has since been disabled.

BE ON THE LOOKOUT! Police are looking for Nakasia James in connection with a deceased victim who was reportedly stabbed...

Posted by San Bernardino Police Department on Monday, January 11, 2016

According to San Bernardino police, Powell's body was found inside a Central Avenue apartment early Monday after someone placed a 911 call requesting assistance. His injuries, police said, were consistent with a stabbing. Authorities have deemed his slaying a homicide.

Apartment manager Melissa De Los Santos told KABC-TV that she spoke with James' mother Monday night.

"She said that her daughter had bruises on her face, and she had pictures of that," De Los Santos said. "He was being physically violent towards her."

Authorities have not filed charges against James, but have named her a person of interest in Powell's slaying.

Powell's death is reportedly the third homicide this year in San Bernardino.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts Nakasia James is asked to call the San Bernardino Police Department at 909-384-5762.


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