BEACON TRANSCRIPT – Following the deathbed confession of a stabbed Livermore teenager, the authorities arrested two suspects, a man, and a woman, on Monday. Both have been charged with first-degree premeditated murder. The authorities have yet to disclose the names of the suspects or the reason why they’ve stabbed the 19-year-old woman.
Stabbed Livermore Teen Crawled 100 Yards to Get Help
According to the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, in the early hours of Monday morning, at approximately 2 a.m., the authorities were summoned at Tesla Road, near Carnegie Park. The 911 caller told the dispatcher that he found a woman lying in the middle of the road with an open wound and missing an arm.
Minutes later the authorities arrived and airlifted the injured woman to the Eden Medical Center. Once at the hospital, the woman, which was brought in critical condition, told the authorities that she was kidnapped from the Livermore home by a man and the woman.
Before she passed away, the 19-year-old teen managed to give the authorities a compelling account of what happened and described her killers in minute detail. According to the woman’s affidavit, the couple kidnapped the Livermore teen from her house and stabbed her repeatedly during the car ride, before leaving for dead in a ditch.
Critically injured, the stabbed Livermore teen crawled nearly 100 yards to the main road where she managed to flag down a passing motorist who called the authorities. Based on the woman’s descriptions, the authorities managed to apprehend the suspects later that day.
Since the case is ongoing, the authorities have yet to disclose the identities of the suspects. Furthermore, the investigation has yet to reveal a motive for the woman’s stabbing.
Speaking on behalf of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department, Sgt. Ray Kelly commented that the woman has fought fiercely for her life and that cases in which deathbed victims offer compelling evidence are quite rare.
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