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“Topless” Dancer Slashed to Death

The NY Daily News and NY Post offer different accounts of a woman’s death. The Daily News reports that she was a “topless” dancer whereas The Post says she was a “Broadway” dancer. The papers can’t even agree on the spelling of her name.

NY Daily News: NY- A 21-year-old topless dancer was killed when her throat was slashed in her upper East Side apartment last night, cops said.

The victim, Katherine Woods, was attacked so viciously that she was nearly decapitated, a police source said.

Neighbors reported hearing a fierce struggle shortly before her body was found.

A police source said Woods’ last known job was as a stripper in a Manhattan club.

Last night, detectives showed a photograph of Woods around Flash Dancers on Broadway at 52nd St., but the strip club’s manager insisted the victim did not work there.

Cops were “interviewing” Woods’ 25-year-old boyfriend, who called 911 at 7 p.m. from inside the apartment on 86th St. near First Ave., sources said.

The boyfriend said he and Woods were having “a lovely evening” when he left the apartment to move his car, a police source said. The boyfriend said he came back 20 minutes later and found the apartment door ajar and Woods dead, lying on her back in blood in her second-floor bedroom.

“It was a bloody mess, like a bucket of red paint had been tossed around,” a police source said of the apartment.

Police also found bloody footprints inside the apartment.

The boyfriend, who told neighbors he worked as a doorman, had no blood on his clothes or shoes, police said.

Cops were expected to search the boyfriend’s car, an Oldsmobile with Ohio license plates, which was parked next to a fire hydrant on E. 86th St. at First Ave., near the four-story apartment building where the victim lived.

A source said Woods also had a slash on her left hand, indicating she might have tried to fend off the killer. She was fully clothed, dressed in sweatpants and a maroon shirt, the source said.

Neighbor Andrew Gold, 49, said he was talking on the phone with his fiancée when he heard a commotion at 6:25 p.m. “I heard a scream,” said Gold, adding that the scream was loud enough for his fiancée to hear.

“Then I heard a scuffle, and then another scream, and then more of a scuffle. Then I heard a thud, a loud thud like something being knocked over.”

Neighbors said they often saw Woods and her boyfriend walking her little black-and-white dog in the neighborhood.

“He \[the boyfriend\] came in every day for groceries, coffee, tea,” said a worker in a deli across the street from Woods’ building. “I never saw him fight with her or anything like that.”

The NY Post reports: An aspiring Broadway dancer was found stabbed to death in her Upper east Side apartment last night, police said.

Catherine Woods was discovered face down in a pool of blood on the floor of her bedroom. She had been knifed in the neck and hand, and the room was in “disarray, ” police said.

Her boyfriend told cops she was an exotic dancer, police sources said.

But her parents in Columbus, Ohio, told The Post their beautiful 21-year-old daughter was a dancer who had appeared in an off-Broadway production called “Privilege.”

Cops said the boyfriend, David Haughn, told them he discovered the body of the petite, dark-haired beauty in the bedroom of their second-floor apartment at 355 E. 86th Street near York Avenue.

The couple’s Chihuahua was also in the apartment.

Haughn, a doorman, told cops he had left Woods in the apartment at around 7 p.m. to work on his car, which was parked nearby.

Twenty minutes later, he said, he returned to the apartment and noticed the door was ajar.

He told cops that when he entered the bedroom, he saw Woods, who was wearing a jogging suit, covered in blood and unconscious, and called 911.

“She was on her way to a successful career,” said her grieving father, Jon Woods, who is the director of the Ohio State University marching band.

“Catherine was a beautiful girl. Very talented. And I think she had a good future. I think she was chasing her dream, which just ended.”

The oldest of three children, she graduated early from high school and moved to New York 31/2 years ago.

The police sources said Haughn, 23, told cops the victim worked at FlashDancers Gentlemen’s Club, at Broadway near 52nd Street.

But two detectives who visited the club last night with her picture said no-one recognized her, and management said they’d never heard of her.

It was not known how long Woods and Haughn – who also is from Columbus – had been living in the apartment.

“I heard someone screaming. It sounded like a young woman,” said Andrew Gold, who lives on the third floor.

Gold said that at around 6:20 p.m., “I heard a scuffle. Then I heard a dog barking. Then nothing.

“It was two screams. A long scream and then a short scream. I heard something fall to the ground.”

A neighbor who lives across from Woods said a tenant found another dog belonging to the couple whimpering in the hall.

The neighbor said of Haughn, “I see him every day walking the dogs.

“He’s a nice kid.”

John Kane, a tenant at the building where Haughn works, said, “He’s the nicest guy. I’ve known him for years. He’s a really sweet kid.”

Another neighbor said he invited Woods and Haughn to Thanksgiving dinner, but they declined.

He thought they spent the holiday alone.

Residents of the building were shocked.

“It’s a very good area,” said one. “It’s a very low-key building. Nothing happens here.”


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