- Associated Press - Sunday, June 8, 2014

RUNNEMEDE, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey woman used a phone tracking app to find her estranged husband with his girlfriend before a confrontation that ended with the woman and a convenience store worker stabbed, officials said.

WCAU-TV (https://bit.ly/1kJp6if) reports the confrontation occurred around 10:30 a.m. Sunday at a store in Runnemede.

Police say Sayidah Davis, of Voorhees, followed her husband to the store and saw his girlfriend, Shenandoah Goldsby, of New York City, in her husband’s car at the store’s gas pumps.

Police said Davis approached the car and punched Goldsby in the head and then Goldsby allegedly stabbed Davis several times in the side and arm.

A gas station attendant saw the fight and tried to break it up, but he was stabbed in the arms. The fight then spread into the store as Davis tried to get away from Goldsby.

Davis and the attendant were taken to the hospital, but their injuries were not considered life-threatening. Davis’ husband, who was using the store’s bathroom when the fight broke out, was not involved in the brawl.

Authorities say both women likely will face assault charges, and other charges could be filed once the investigation is completed.

The store was briefly closed so the fight scene could be cleaned up.

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