Alika Crew Wiki – Alika Crew (slashes neck of ex-fiancé’s girlfriend) Biography
A New York woman is facing numerous felony charges after police say she slashed a woman’s neck during a brutal attack in Westchester County.
The incident happened on July 28 after Alika Crew, 41, of New Rochelle, allegedly hid in the victim’s Jeep in a Westchester County neighborhood, then lunged at her “from a crouching position behind the driver’s seat,” New Rochelle police said.
Police said the victim ran out of the car, but Crew chased after her and caught her. Crew then slashed the woman’s neck and cut off her hand with a razor before fleeing the scene. When neighbors saw the victim, they came to help her, while Crew allegedly showed up and acted like she was a concerned citizen, police said.
When the first responders arrived at the scene, Crew was allegedly assisting the victim and said she was a Good Samaritan trying to help, Lohud reports.
Police arrested Crew at the scene when the victim pointed to her as the attacker.
The victim, “who had significant and possibly permanent neck damage,” had spent the previous night at the Westchester County home that Crew still shared with her ex-fiancé, according to police. The attack just missed an artery in the victim’s neck. She survived.
On October 7, Crew appeared in Westchester County court and pleaded not guilty to attempted second-degree murder and related charges.
Crew also faces felony charges of assault in the first degree, assault in the second degree and unlawful incarceration in the first degree. She is also charged with a misdemeanor offense of criminal possession in the fourth degree.
Crew, who worked as an orthodontist at Stein Dental in Connecticut, has been released from jail on bond. Her next court appearance is scheduled for November 2.