A young man studying to be a pastor called 911 in the early hours of Labor Day weekend claiming he stabbed his wife of five months while asleep, blaming the incident on a higher than indicated dose of over-the-counter Coricidin Cold & Cough medicine. “I know it can make you feel good and sometimes I can’t sleep at night,” Matthew James Phelps told the 911 dispatcher. Phelps, 29, says he woke from a dream and turned on the lights of his bedroom only to find his wife, Lauren Ashley-Nicole Phelps, also 29, stabbed and unresponsive in their Raleigh, North Carolina ... Read More
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