Minnesota Man Fatally Stabs Wife During Bible Study


A man is facing murder charges after allegedly stabbing his wife to death in front of family members during a Bible study at her sister’s Minnesota home.

Robert Castillo, 41, was booked into the Ramsey County Jail on Wednesday after his fatal alleged attack on his wife, 41-year-old Corrina Woodhull, the St. Paul Police Department announced on Twitter.

According to a press release, police had responded to a stabbing call at a residence at around 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday. “When officers arrived, they located an adult female who was suffering from apparent stab wounds to her upper body,” the press release said. “Multiple witnesses on scene were holding an adult male suspect.”


Castillo’s sister told officers that she hosts a Bible study for relatives at her home on Tuesdays. Woodhull and Castillo sat together on a couch, according to the charging document.

During this week’s session, Castillo held his wife’s hand and kissed her, then whispered something to Woodhull. When she shook her head no, he pulled out a hunting knife and began stabbing her, the report says. Other relatives tackled Castillo and held him until police arrived.

Castillo has a long criminal history, including felony convictions for assault, according to court records. In one case, he attacked a woman with a hammer, and in another, he repeatedly stabbed a roommate, prosecutors say in the charging document.



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