A Filipino restaurant at a mall in Maryland became part of a bloody crime scene on Tuesday.
Angelo Lamont Jackson, 17, is facing two counts of first degree murder after he allegedly stabbed two men with a knife at the restaurant Lumpia, Pansit, ATBP at Westfield Wheaton Mall.
The victims, identified as Angel Alfredo Gomez Pineda and Kevin Siloe Moya Cruz, reportedly tried to defend themselves with bamboo sticks they pulled out from a display at the mall restaurant.
Police are still trying to determine if the suspect and the victims knew one another before they engaged in a fight at the mall.
The victims were taken to hospitals, where they died. The suspect fled the scene, but was later arrested at his residence.
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HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. – Tuesday police released new details after two people were killed and one was injured in stabbing attack at the home of the late country legend Jean Shepard over the weekend.
The incident happened around 3 a.m. Saturday at a home in the 200 block of Elnora Court.
When officers got to the home they found Shepard’s husband, 79-year-old Benny Birchfield, at the front of the home, wounded and bloody.
He told officers he had been stabbed and that he shot someone inside the home. Birchfield was taken to the hospital where he underwent surgery.
Once inside the home, police found Shepard’s granddaughter 18-year-old Icie Hawkins clinging to life. Her boyfriend, 21-year-old Travis Sanders, was dead.
“It was an extremely bloody crime scene,” said Hendersonville Police Spokesperson Det. Sgt. Jim Vaughn.
He said Hawkins was rushed to the hospital but died on the way.
Birchfield told police he arrived home and heard a disturbance in the basement. He
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