Patricia Cave Found “Not Guilty” in Domestic Violence Homicide Case

Patricia Cave was found “not guilty” of manslaughter while armed today in the stabbing death of her on-again-off-again boyfriend Lamont Warren. Cave’s defense attorneys had argued that Cave was a victim of domestic violence and the June 2011 stabbing was in self-defense. Before the jury returned from deliberations, Judge Robert Morin reminded the audience to … Read more →

Jury Deliberations Begin on Domestic Violence Homicide Case

A jury of six men and six women began deliberations late Wednesday afternoon on whether or not a Northeast DC grandmother is culpable of manslaughter in the stabbing death of her on-again-off-again boyfriend. Patricia Cave’s defense attorney argued for the second day Wednesday that Cave stabbed Lamont Warren in the chest in self-defense. Prosecutor Charles … Read more →

Patricia Cave Argues Self-Defense in Stabbing Death of Boyfriend

Relying mostly on a video taped statement that Patricia Cave gave to homicide detectives after her boyfriend, Lamont Warren, was stabbed in the heart, the government presented its case to a jury today, the first day of testimony in Cave’s trial on a charge of voluntary manslaughter. “I have nothing to hide,” Cave says in … Read more →

Trial Postponed in Patricia Cave Case

A jury trial in the case of a woman suspected of fatally stabbing her former boyfriend has been postponed until next month. Patricia Cave was due to stand trial today on a charge of voluntary manslaughter while armed. According to charging documents in the case, Cave told detectives that on June 2 another argument with … Read more →

One Month Delay in Trial for Woman Accused of Killing Boyfriend

Patricia Cave will wait another five weeks before her trial on the charge of voluntary manslaughter while armed, after her defense counsel today told Judge Ronna Beck that she wouldn’t have the case ready in time for trial. The trial was set for Feb. 21; it is now scheduled for March 19. Cave is charged … Read more →

Not Guilty” Plea in Death of Boyfriend During Fight

Patricia Cave pleaded “not guilty” today to a charge that she fatally stabbed her boyfriend during a fight. Cave, who turned 50 this month, was indicted by the Grand Jury on a voluntary manslaughter charge in the case. She was arrested on June 2 on suspicion of second-degree murder. According to charging documents in the … Read more →

Fight Over Bed Led to Fatal Stabbing between Partners with Domestic Violence History, Prosecutors Allege

To detectives, Patricia Ann Cave described a tumultuous relationship with her boyfriend. The pair fought frequently, she said, and he had been arrested for assaulting her. When yet another disagreement turned physical on June 2, Cave picked up the phone to call 911, but her boyfriend slapped the phone out of her hand. Shortly after, … Read more →

Patricia Cave Arrested in Overnight NE DC Stabbing Death

A 49-year-old woman was arrested this morning on suspicion of fatally stabbing a 36-year-old man in Northeast DC overnight. Lamont Warren was found in 700 block of 24th Street, NE suffering from a stab wound at about 1 a.m. Thursday morning. Patricia Ann Cave was arrested three and a half hours later, on suspicion of … Read more →

Patricia Ann Cave

Acquitted in the June 2, 2011, death of Lamont Warren.