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Investigators respond to deadly stabbing in Missouri City

By: Paige Hubbard 

Investigators responded to a deadly stabbing at a residence in Missouri City.

NTV has learned that 40-year-old Tiffany Nichols was stabbed to death by her boyfriend.

A 911 call was made around 8:40 am at 8339 Quail Shot Drive. The caller said paramedics needed to come out and administer help because someone was injured.

We have learned the man that made the call, was the person who stabbed Nichols. His identity is unknown at the time, and he fled the scene shortly after he made the call.

NTV Houston arrived on the scene shortly after and spoke to neighbors in the area who said the neighborhood is always quiet and calm, so it was shocking that such an indecent occurred.

Patrica Nichols who is the mother of Tiffany told us that there was some altercation over a bowl. She went on today her daughter was laid and very calm natured.

More details will become available as this is a devolving story.

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