*WARNING* Graphic – Man Stabs Girlfriend In The Street, Is Shot And Killed By Responding Officer
In a world where some people do unspeakable things, it’s good to know that we sometimes have the ability to stop them from continuing whatever devastating act they’re trying to accomplish. An officer in Las Vegas was responding to reports of a woman being stabbed outside, and that officer got there just in time.
Sgt. Daniella Cino responded to reports of suspect William Fuller stabbing a woman, who appeared to be the man’s girlfriend. The altercation took place in a parking lot of a Las Vegas apartment complex. When the officer ordered him to stop, he instead charged at her. Cino fatally shot Fuller. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital and treated for her injuries.
It seems that the victim in this case made it out with her life, and it’s a good thing that someone saw what was happening and called police.
The video can be seen below. Be warned that is is graphic and unsettling.
The person who called police was a female neighbor, and she desperately asked for help after witnessing the horrific attack.
She said the attack began inside the apartment before the victim managed to make her way outside into the parking lot, where the stabbing ensued.
‘Oh my God… there’s babies in the house. He’s cutting her up… you need to send somebody out here now,’ the neighbor said in the audio clip.
It also seems that the officer arrived rather quickly, but that’s just based on the fact that the victim was not more injured than she ended up being. By that, I mean it seems that this man was determined to inflict some seriously deadly injuries to this poor victim. Luckily though, a good gal with a gun was there to stop the attack.
Had police not been able to respond quickly, who knows what would have happened. Maybe an armed citizen would have stepped in, but we can’t be certain at all. This is, however, one of those cases that can’t wait. If a neighbor or someone else in the area were armed –or able to get armed quickly– I have no doubt that they would have stepped in as well.
Sgt. Daniella Cino is a hero.
h/t Ned Miller