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Wisconsin Teen Cut Victim's Throat in 'First Kill': Court Records

The attacker allegedly rode her bike to the 15-year-old victim’s house and broke bowls over her head, using the shards as knives

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    Wisconsin Teen Cut Victim's Throat in 'First Kill': Court Records
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    A 14-year-old girl in Wisconsin has been charged with attempted murder for allegedly cutting another teen’s throat, NBC News reported. 

    The attack happened in the town of New Richmond on Wednesday. The victim survived. 

    The attacker allegedly rode her bike to the 15-year-old victim’s house and broke bowls over her head, using the shards as knives.

    According to court documents, the attacker told her victim she was a psychopath committing her first kill and that she would likely kill again. She allegedly asked the victim if she wanted to “die now” or “bleed out.” 

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    Photos of a Lexington, North Carolina, man hauling his curbside treasure from one side of town to another are getting attention on social media.

    Whittney Biggerstaff was caught on camera picking up a sofa from the side of the road yesterday and balancing it on his bike -- all the way from an area near Lexington BBQ to his home on Hartman Street, about two miles away.

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    The 14-year-old is being held in the county’s juvenile jail, according to police. NBC News is not identifying her because of her age.