A female security guard was stabbed to death in a New York library by a man when she asked him to turn his music down.
Blanchard Glaudin, 25, knifed 52-year-old security guard Sandra Wilson at midday on Tuesday at Finkelstein Memorial Library in Spring Valley, N.Y.
Glaudin smiled as he rushed the kitchen knife into Wilson after she asked him to turn the music down.
‘He was walking just a few feet away,’ Spring Valley Police Chief Paul Modica told The Journal News yesterday. ‘She was at the computer terminals and told him he had to turn it down. That was it.’
She looked up to see what was going on and I saw the person on top of someone else, stabbing them.
Velasquez added that the suspect ran towards the exit but was taken down by library patrons at the door.
Wilson, who was a mother and a new grandmother, was rushed to a nearby hospital but medics were unable to save her from the injuries she’d sustained in the frenzied attack.
Spring Valley Police Chief Paul Modica said the maniac Glaudin showed ‘no remorse at all,’ in the savage attack.
Glaudin, who appeared at Spring Valley Village Court on Tuesday and is being held at the Rockland County jail, confessed during questioning and is facing charges of second-degree murder.