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Updated: February 25, 2021

A 41-year old man in the state of Maryland, USA, who is accused of stabbing his wife to death turned himself in on Wednesday.

James Dorsey of Greenbelt turned himself in to Prince George’s County Police, according to a police release.

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Homicide detectives had issued an arrest warrant for Dorsey in connection with the fatal stabbing of his wife, Nika Dorsey, 42, of Greenbelt.

Newspapers reported that at about 5.30 a.m. on January 1, officers responded for a welfare check of woman inside a car in the 8700 block of Ritchie Drive in Capital Heights, Maryland.

They found Nika Dorsey in the car, suffering from trauma to the upper torso. She was pronounced dead on the scene.

After an investigation, homicide detectives issued an arrest warrant for James Dorsey for 1st degree murder.

On Jan. 9, James Dorsey turned himself into the Department of Corrections, where he is being held on a no-bond status.

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James Dorsey, man suspected of stabbing wife to death on first day of 2020 turns himself
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