Authorities are calling Saturday's incident in which a 48-year-old woman was found dead in a Chelsea, Massachusetts, apartment a domestic disturbance.
The Suffolk County District Attorney's Office confirmed to NBC10 Boston Sunday morning that it is investigating the woman’s death as a homicide. Authorities said the victim was found fatally stabbed inside her apartment at Parkway Commons on Stockton Street around 4:30 p.m. Saturday.
The woman's husband was also seriously injured and taken to an area hospital for treatment, officials said. He was in stable condition as of Sunday morning, according to Chelsea police.
No charges had been announced in the case as of Sunday night.
Police have said they are not looking for anyone else who may have been involved or injured in the incident and that the public is not at risk.
People living at Parkside Commons were stunned to learn of the news at their quiet complex.
"It’s kind of shocking to see to see somebody get stabbed here," one resident said. "It’s crazy that happened. I feel sorry for the family. My condolences go to the family."
Residents were shaken up Wednesday hearing what they call such unusual news.
"It’s kind of shocking to see to see somebody get stabbed here," one man said.
“It’s crazy that happened. I feel sorry for the family," another said.
The DA's office, Massachusetts State Police, Chelsea police and a medical examiner were all at the scene Sunday morning, continuing their investigation.