Pregnant woman stabbed 30 times in dispute over estate, Ocala police say
Samuel Cone arrested; Woman, unborn child in critical condition
A 22-weeks pregnant woman and her unborn child are in critical condition after she was stabbed with a filet knife more than 30 times by a family member in a dispute over a relative's estate, Ocala police said.
Samuel Cone II, 59, was arrested Monday on one count of attempted second-degree murder in the stabbing of Jill Feingold.
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According to police, Feingold, 40, said she was in a bedroom at 1025 Northeast 12th Avenue in Ocala when her uncle, identified as Cone, stabbed her repeatedly.
Officers found Cone walking down the driveway of the home and he was taken into custody.
According to police, Cone said, "I'm sorry for all this. They took all I had." Cone also said," I know I'm going to the gas chamber," when he was arrested.
An Ocala police detective said the stabbing occurred as part of a family dispute about a relative's estate.
The home where the stabbing took place is not the residence of another family member, police said. The family was staying together at the residence to care for a sick elderly woman, who is the owner of the home.
Feingold was taken to Ocala Regional Medical Center and later transferred to Shands Hospital in Gainesville.
Local 6 spoke to the family, who says Feingold and the baby are OK.
Cone was booked into the Marion County Jail on no bond. Cone has previously been arrested for battery, aggravated assault and drug, according to records.
Feingold has previously been arrested for battery in 2008 and filed two domestic violence injunctions against an ex-husband and had a woman file an injunction against her in 2000.
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