New details emerge in Fogle stabbing

A suspect charged in the stabbing death of Kenneth Fogle, 54, was Fogle’s girlfriend and had smoked synthetic marijuana prior to Fogle’s death, according to news reports.

Loretta Hall, told police she and Fogle were in a relationship and had drank and smoked synthetic the morning of the stabbing, according to NBC Washington.

Fogle was found in the basement of an apartment building on the 3200 block of 23rd Street, Southeast, suffering from stab wounds to his arms, chest and abdomen. According to NBC Washington, a bloody knife was later found in a cat litter box in Hall’s home, and that police also found drops of blood on the walls and in the kitchen.

Hall has been charged with second degree murder while armed and is awaiting a preliminary hearing set for June 30, 2015 at 9:30 am.

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