Chattahoochee Police Chief Vann Pullen said on March 11 that he would turn all of the evidence he has gathered over to the state attorney to determine which, if any charges, will be filed against 24-year-old Martina McCray in the death of Larry Dickey.
Pullen said Dickey, 44, died March 10 after he was stabbed in the chest by McCray, 24, on March 9. He said couple had an on-and-off relationship for the past four years.
"I spoke with him in the hospital and the medical staff thought he would be moved out of the Intensive Care Unit and that he would make a full recovery. He called 911 himself and I don't think he even thought the injuries were as bad as they were," Pullen said.
He said McCray has been very cooperative during the two interviews she had with him following Dickey's death. He also said however, when he spoke with Dickey at the hospital he had a different version of the incident.
"The state attorney will have to sort this one out," Pullen said
Police had been called out several times in the past concerning for domestic violence between the couple.
The case is still under investigation.