Masslive: Kelsey Gaulin did not deny stabbing her father. When police arrived at her home Monday night, she opened her bedroom door and walked into the hallway, according to the arrest report.
“Can we just go to jail now?” she asked.
Around 9 p.m. Monday, three Palmer police officers responding to a 911 call found Gaulin’s father, Jerry, standing in the walkway of his Old Warren Road home, bleeding form a wound to his chest, according to the arrest report. Gaulin’s brother, Evan, was outside too, applying pressure to his father’s chest to stop the bleeding. He told police his sister had just stabbed his father and then returned to her bedroom, the report said. Blood was on the walkway, on the stairs and in the hallway leading to Kelsey’s Gaulin’s room, according to the report, which said she emerged from her bedroom moments later and admitted to accidentally stabbing her father after threatening him with a knife.
“As much as I hate him, I would never stab him on purpose,” she allegedly told police.
Following an argument around 8:30 p.m., Gaulin said she got a knife from her room and walked into her father’s bedroom, with the intention of scaring — not stabbing — him.
“I was going to say something to him like be quiet, but before I could he threw himself into the knife,” she wrote in her statement to police. “I was still holding it and I saw his eyes get real wide open. I kept saying ‘I’m sorry. I was holding a knife,’” she said.
During an interview with police, she said her relationship with her father had been marked by two decades of mutual hostility, beginning when she grew up in Texas and continuing when she moved with her father, mother and two brothers to Palmer five years ago. On Monday night, they began arguing in the kitchen about a Facebook post, then went to their bedrooms, Evan Gaulin told police. During the argument, the father accused his sister of making a critical reference to him in one of her posts, according to the brother’s statement. Later, he saw his sister walk into his father’s room, then heard a “blood scream,” the brother said. When police arrived, the father reported pain “deep” in his chest, and estimated the knife was four or five inches long. Police later found the knife on Kelsey Gaulin’s bedroom dresser, the report said.
Oh I get it. She has no soul. I was confused at first, but it makes sense now. I’m not a big fan of abortion in general. Except in the case of gingers. We must #AbortGingers
Here’s an idea. If you hate your Dad so much, and you’re 27 years old, instead of stabbing him, how bout you just don’t live with him? That might help. Oh, and don’t tell the cops you hate your Dad either. Especially if you’re going with the “I didn’t mean to stab him, I was just hoping to scare him and then he accidentally walked into my knife,” defense.
I figured this was over politics at first. What else could drive a daughter to do something like this to her father? But she doesn’t seem overtly political on her Facebook page. Sure, she might swim in the lady pond.
Prefers the Celtics in sportball.
And drinks martinis.
I just have a hard time believing she felt the need to stab him because of a disagreement over cocktails or bouncing balls.
Then I saw pa dukes Facebook page.
Bro, do you even lift? Looking through the family’s Facebook pages they actually seemed perfectly normal back in Texas. So I guess the lesson her is don’t move to Palmer. Because this is what Palmer does to families.
Juicin’ Jerry actually showed up in the comment on Masslive to police humor.
Dude, didn’t you just get stabbed over a Facebook fight? Maybe take a break for a few days. Ya know, because the last time you argued with someone on Facebook you ended up with a knife in your stomach.
Despite being stabbed by his own daughter he still wanted to defend her honor though, and claims she has PTSD.
PTSD is turning into the new autism. It’s what everyone magically has whenever they do something bad. But PTSD isn’t the problem here, and neither knives. We must all agree that the only way to prevent situations like this from occurring in the future is to ban gingers. Problem solved.
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