A Finkelstein Memorial Library supporter pulled out a blade on Tuesday and wounded to death security protect who had requested that he turn down his music, which he was tuning in to through headphones, CBS New York detailed.
The episode occurred at around 2 p.m., police stated, on the third floor. At the point when officials showed up, they discovered benefactors holding the suspect down while others attempted to stem Sandra Wilson’s draining and do mouth to mouth. She was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital, where she passed on, police said.
Blanchard Glaudin, 25, has been accused of second-degree murder and is being held without bond. He was allegedly a normal at the Spring Valley Library, where Wilson had worked for just about 10 years, ABC 7 revealed.
Different specialists in the rural New York library said Glaudin had earlier cooperations with the 52-year-old Wilson, a mother of three who had as of late respected her first grandkid.
“He would pester her, she would disclose to me that one day he requested that her be his better half, and she resembled no – he was continually annoying her,” said Abigail Jean-Marie. “I didn’t consider anything it at that point. He was only a bizarre individual that would come into the library.”
Spring Valley Police Chief Paul Modica revealed to ABC 7 that Glaudin admitted and demonstrated “no regret by any stretch of the imagination.”
“They couldn’t spare her, they turned out and said they couldn’t spare her,” Shirley Wilson, the security watchman’s mom, said. “I can’t accept she’s gone.”
“I need to excuse him, in such a case that I don’t, I detest him,” she said. “Also, detest cause you to do insane things, so I need to excuse him.”
Glaudin is expected back in court on February 24.