Raleigh man arrested in suspected stabbing of ex-girlfriend

From staff reportsMarch 5, 2014 

— Police have arrested a Raleigh man suspected of stabbing his ex-girlfriend Monday night, according to county records and police reports.

The Garner department sought public help in the case on Tuesday, and Raleigh police arrested Perry Michael Wilson, 38, on Wednesday night. Wilson is a resident of 904 E. Edenton St., according to an arrest report.

Lt. Chris Clayton, of the Garner Police Department, said, that Wilson went to see Denique Kearney at a house at 1404 Faye Drive in Garner, violating a domestic protective order. Kearney was stabbed that night, Clayton said.

Wilson was arrested near the intersection of Milburnie Road and North Peartree Lane, near WakeMed Hospital in Raleigh, where Kearney was hospitalized. Kearney was listed in fair condition the same day she was injured.

Police have charged Wilson with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury and violating a protective order and probation violation, according to county records.

Wilson, who is described as unemployed in an arrest report, was held Wednesday without bond at the Wake County Detention Center.

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