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It’s Stabbing Season!

Posted on | October 4, 2020 | Comments Off on It’s Stabbing Season!

Just in time for Halloween, we’ve got a spree of knife-wielding madmen terrorizing the streets of America in real life!

 

PORTLAND, OREGON:

Portland Police arrested a man early Saturday after they said he slashed two people with a knife in Downtown Portland.
Central Precinct officers were called to the area of SW 13th Avenue and SW Columbia Street around 2:00 a.m. on reports someone trying to stab people passing by. Upon their arrival, officers found two victims with serious cuts; one person had a cut on the arm, the other person’s cut was on the ear.
Witnesses say they saw a confrontation between the man with a knife and the victim at the corner of SW 13th and Columbia. At one point, the victim ran behind some shrubs in an effort to put a small tree in between themselves and the suspect. Witnesses said the victim was bleeding at that point.
Suspect: 29-year-old Hillsboro resident Travis Sadler. (MCSO)
Witnesses believe that the person with the arm injury was the initial victim, and the other person cut on the ear had tried to stop the suspect by grabbing or tackling him. The victim with the arm injury was taken to a hospital for treatment. Both injuries are considered non-life-threatening.
One neighbor also said they believed others tried to step in to stop the attack and were nicked in the process, but didn’t stick around to talk to police officers.
Officers arrested the suspect without further incident. The suspect was identified as 29-year-old Hillsboro resident Travis Sadler, according to police. He faces charges of assault and the unlawful use of a weapon.

 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA:

The Atlanta Police Department announced it arrested a suspect wanted for stabbing five individuals in four separate incidents.
According to a news release, Sept. 28 at about 11:10 a.m., officers responded to a 911 call about a person being stabbed in the area of 2456 Martin L King Jr. Drive in southwest Atlanta. Once they arrived, they found two adult males who were stabbed in the neck.
Just minutes after that, officers were dispatched following another 911 call about a person being stabbed nearby at 2680 Martin L King Jr. Drive. There they discovered a third adult male with a stab wound. “Officers searched the area but were unable to locate a suspect,” the release stated. “The description from both locations was very similar and investigators believed the same person stabbed all three of these victims.”
Sept. 29 at about 9 a.m. officers were called to 424 Decatur St. in southeast Atlanta, near the King Memorial MARTA station, following a 911 call about another individual being stabbed. There they found the victim, a 60-year-old male, with a serious stab wound.
“The officers on scene also learned that MARTA (Police) was investigating an incident that occurred nearby in which another victim was stabbed. Officers were searching the area when a witness pointed out the suspect. The suspect fled when police approached, and after a short foot pursuit officers from (Atlanta) and MARTA (police) apprehended 32-year-old Ahmad Jameel Rasheed.”
According to the police, the suspect description in the Sept. 29 crimes closely matched the description of the suspect from the previous day’s attacks.
“Because of the seriousness of the repeated attacks the APD homicide unit has taken over the investigation and is actively working to confirm whether the same person committed these crimes,” the release stated. “Once detectives can evaluate the evidence an updated statement will released.”
All five stabbing victims are expected to survive.
According to Fulton County jail records, Rasheed was arrested July 25 and charged with felony theft by taking but released Aug. 15.

 

ARLINGTON, TEXAS:

Police in Arlington have arrested an 18-year-old for aggravated robbery and believe he may be involved in other violent crimes in the area.
Surveillance video was released from the incident on Monday at a 7-Eleven in southeast Arlington involving the suspect, Osagie Ayanru. Police said he allegedly stabbed a store clerk during a robbery even though she complied.
The video also shows the suspect appearing to stomp on her and kick her while she was on the ground before he ran away.
Police believe Ayanru may be connected to an attack on Wednesday, where a couple was stabbed and robbed while walking in the 6400 block of South Collins Street.
The two victims were taken to the hospital, but one of them, later identified as 47-year-old Islam Sahmi Duly, died from his injuries.
Police said they also believe the suspect stole a vehicle from the same 7-Eleven store on Wednesday before the couple was attacked.
According to police, they believe the suspect was driving away from scene of the attack on Wednesday when the car he was in hit a woman who was walking her dog in the 900 block of Southeast Parkway.
A suspect jumped out of the car and tried to rob the woman, police said. Her dog was killed in the crash.
According to police, the woman told investigators she could hear someone yelling, “grab her wallet, grab her wallet,” as she lied on the ground.
Police said they are still investigating if there are other suspects involved.
Ayanru was arrested after police said the store clerk who was attacked was shown a picture and was able to recognize him.
He is charged with aggravated robbery and theft of a vehicle.

Be careful out there. Murderous psychopaths with knives are everywhere.




 

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