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Woman stabbed 25 times in broad daylight in Oklahoma City

OKLAHOMA CITY — Stabbed 25 times all over her body in broad daylight, an Oklahoma City woman covered in blood showed up at her neighbor’s door for help.

That woman and her boyfriend said they want the man responsible locked up for a long time.

Doris Willis was being housed at the Oklahoma County Jail after allegedly leaving Marda Kelly with a lifetime of scars.

Kelly, still shaken, had to abruptly leave an interview with a news crew after she was stabbed more than 20 times, allegedly by Willis.

Kelly’s boyfriend said he was very familiar with the 18-year-old because Willis apparently used to date his grandson.

“She just met Doris when she came over here a couple of times,” he said. “She don’t know nothing about Doris.”

According to a police report, Willis showed up randomly at Kelly’s home near Northwest 20th and Villa, telling Kelly there was no one there to help her now before lunging at her with a knife, stabbing her several times.

When the terrifying attack was over, Kelly ran to neighbors for help covered in blood.

“She wakes up in the middle of the night, just crying,” said Kelly’s boyfriend. “All I can do is comfort her.”

By the time police arrived, Kelly was staggering down the street and Willis nowhere to be found.

“She got a bad cut on her hand,” said Kelly. “Most are in her back because she tried to run from her. She has been in pain since then.”

Kelly, not remembering too much, told the police everything happened so fast. Her boyfriend said he was expecting a long road before she would be back to her usual self.

“She don’t bother nobody,” he said. “Nobody. She don’t go nowhere. She just stays at home. She has no enemies.”

Willis’ bond was set at $50,000. She was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

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