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Woman Smiles For Christmas Eve Mugshot After Allegedly Killing Boyfriend With Sword

Brittany Wilson said that she and boyfriend Harrison Stephen Foster had taken methamphetamine before the fatal attack, according to police.

By Gina Tron
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A Missouri woman smiled for mugshot on Christmas Eve after she was arrested for allegedly killing her boyfriend with a sword.

Police found Brittany A. Wilson, 32, “standing outside of a residence” in Cape Girardeau “with apparent blood on her clothing” after responding to a report of suspicious activity on Christmas Eve, the Cape Girardeau Police Department stated in a press release

Wilson had allegedly called 911 to report that she had killed her boyfriend with a sword, local outlet KFVS-12 reports. After arriving at the scene, a few police officers detained Wilson while others entered the home “to check upon the safety of any additional residents,” according to police. It was in the home that they found Wilson’s boyfriend, 34-year-old Harrison Stephen Foster, dead, local outlet KFVS-12 reports.

“Officers located a deceased male in the basement of the residence who had apparent, fresh stab wounds on his body,” police stated, specifying that he lived in the home along with Wilson.

Wilson was jailed “without incident,” according to police.

Wilson allegedly told investigators that she and Foster had taken some methamphetamine earlier in the day and that she had believed that Foster had several other entities living inside his body, KFVS-12 reports. The slaying was a way of “setting him free," according to her alleged confession. Wilson also allegedly told police that Foster was harvesting body parts from people.

Wilson is facing first-degree murder and armed criminal action charges.  

Wilson’s bond has been set at a $2 million cash bond. It’s not clear if she has an attorney.

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