Local man pleads guilty to stabbing ex-wife in bar parking lot

A local man accused of stabbing his ex-wife multiple times in a parking lot is pleading guilty to charges.

Aaron Davis, 46, of West Carrollton, pleaded guilty this week to one count each of felonious assault and domestic violence, according to Montgomery County Common Pleas Court records.

Davis, who will be sentenced Nov. 30, faces up to 8 years in prison, a fine of up to $16,000, and up to five years of probation.

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One count of felonious assault, abduction, and aggravated menacing were all dismissed as part of the plea agreement Davis entered into.

As News Center 7 previously reported, West Carrollton police and medics responded to the Miami Valley Sports Bar on April 10 on reports of a woman being stabbed.

Officers learned the woman had been stabbed by Davis and he had left the scene.

Davis met his ex-wife at the bar and spoke about their divorce and the possibility of the woman getting remarried in the future, according to court records. Davis allegedly began to assault her, causing her to fall backward.

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She left the bar and went to her car. Davis entered the car and began stabbing her. The woman continually reversed her car and then drove forward, hitting Davis’ car and causing him to fall out of her car.

Davis got back into the car and continued to stab her. Eventually, the woman’s car crashed into another car, causing both of them to fall out of it.

Davis allegedly got into his car, pulled up to where the woman was, and continued to stab her.

He drove off from the scene but was later taken into custody.