AVONDALE, Ariz. (WGHP) — Police had detained a monstrous man on Thanksgiving after he supposedly stabbed 3 people who invited him to celebrate at an Arizona house.
33-year-old Brandon Robinson bears 3 counts of aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon after the assault in Avondale.
According to the Court records, it is revealed Robinson met the victims at a bar 2 days before Thanksgiving and informed them that he had no local family and nowhere to go.
The group called Robinson over, but 15 minutes after he stepped into the house he began to behave erratically, the victims informed to the police, then he supposedly took a kitchen knife and stabbed them.
Police discovered 2 women and a man with stab injuries. Two of the victims were hurried into surgery – the man experienced collapsed lungs and one of the women had been stabbed in the chest and neck, according to the court documents. The second woman denied treatment and worked with the police.
Officers tracked down Robinson, who escaped from the Avondale house after the alleged stabbing spree, and caught him. He was discovered with a deep cut to his hand. Police discovered Robinson’s wallet, driver’s license, and military ID at the house, according to the sources.