A horrific stabbing that occurred Saturday night has claimed the life of a second individual, and authorities are unsure whether they are looking for one or two fugitives.
A horrific stabbing that occurred Saturday night has claimed the life of a second individual,
and authorities are unsure whether they are looking for one or two fugitives.
Karim Abou Najm, 20, a senior at UC Davis and a Davis High School alumnus who will graduate in 2020, was the victim, according to Davis police.
According to his family, he was on schedule to receive his computer science degree from UCD this spring
And had recently won an award for a software project that would benefit those with auditory problems.
His father, UCD professor Majdi Abou Najm, described him as “the most pleasant,
The most loving, and one of the smartest kids I’ve ever seen” in a brief interview on Sunday.
He was eager to finish school and begin his future.
Police are investigating if a person of interest who has been detained on separate charges is also accountable for either of the homicides stabbing.
In a Sunday afternoon interview,
Davis Police Chief Darren Pytel said,
“At this time, we don’t have enough physical evidence, testimony, or identification to connect him, although we continue to pursue that option.
There were enough parallels that we decided we had to keep going and do more.
Three days after David Henry Breaux’s murder in Central Park, a death happened about 9:10 p.m. on Saturday.
The location of this stabbing was likewise a park:
Sycamore Park, at Sycamore Lane and Colby Drive, where a local claimed to have heard
“what sounded like a disturbance,” according to Pytel.
Because he feared for his safety,
the resident—who wished to remain unnamed—told The Davis Enterprise on Sunday
morning that he had been in his bedroom when he heard noises just after 9 o’clock.
He said, “I heard someone say,’Oh my god, oh my god, somebody help me.
He initially assumed it might be someone having fun or just “goofing off,” but then he realised “this sounded different.
They sounded incredibly distressed or afraid.
He thought two bikers had collided along the darkness path
when he walked towards the park to check and noticed two persons on the ground along a bike path on the park’s side.
As he approached, he turned on his phone’s torch and called out to check on them.
The male, who had been pursuing him,
said the person “sounded like a kid” in his late teens or early 20s.
He turned around and saw the victim, who was covered in blood, at that point.
“He was not awake. He was having trouble breathing,” the man stated,
who then quickly dialled 911 and began performing CPR
on the sufferer after removing his partially removed bag.
A woman who had also heard the victim’s calls for aid arrived on the scene
and elevated his legs to guide the blood flow towards his torso as he applied chest compressions.
He remembered saying to the guy, “Come on, buddy, you’re going to be OK.
A short while later, emergency services took up the life-saving attempts, which were unsuccessful.
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