June 19, 2019
What excuse did this man even have?
“I liked her for her personality?”
These boomers are sick.
Four days before her 49th birthday, a Saginaw woman has been charged with murder in connection with the stabbing death of her Buena Vista Township boyfriend.
Saginaw County District Judge David D. Hoffman on the morning of Tuesday, June 11, arraigned Orlena N. Robinson on one count of open murder, which comprises both first- and second-degree murder.
The charge stems from the death of 65-year-old George Edward McDonald Jr. that occurred on Saturday, June 8. That evening, police and emergency services responded to McDonald’s house at 3090 S. 27th St. for a reported stabbing.
When they arrived, they found McDonald motionless and unresponsive with apparent stab wounds. After administering CPR, medical personnel pronounced him dead at the scene, police have said.
Police arrested Robinson at the scene.
Saginaw County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Mark J. Gaertner said McDonald and Robinson were in a dating relationship and lived together “off and on.” He said they had “terrible living conditions” that culminated in the stabbing.
Robinson is to appear for a preliminary examination at 10:15 a.m. on June 26.
George Edward McDonald Jr.