According to a report, the man who is charged with murdering two people and wounding six others during a psychotic spree on the Las Vegas strip was in the United States illegally and has a criminal record. He is accused of stabbing two people to death and wounding six others.
According to reports, a source with the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement stated that the alleged attacker, Yoni Barrios, is a Guatemalan national with a criminal record in the state of California. Barrios is 32 years old.
In connection with the senseless attack that took place in broad daylight, Barrios was charged with two charges of open murder with a deadly weapon as well as six counts of attempted murder.
On Thursday, at 11:42 a.m. local time, a man launched a murderous stabbing spree on South Las Vegas Boulevard, close to two of the city’s most popular casinos: the Wynn Las Vegas and the Resorts World Casino.
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When Barrios wanted a picture of himself holding a knife, he asked a group of ladies who were dressed as showgirls to snap the image for him. After they refused, he allegedly went on a stabbing rampage that ultimately cost him his life. Maris Digionvanni, who was 30 years old, passed away as a result of the attack.
A police report states that the suspect told officers that he “felt the women were laughing at him and making fun of his outfit.” The suspect also told the police that he “believed the women were making fun of his clothing.”
After that, he allegedly used a weapon that the police characterised as a “big knife with a long blade” to kill Brent Allan Hallet, who was 47 years old at the time. Concerned onlookers started following him and eventually dialled 911.
One of the victims who sustained injuries underwent surgery, but they continue to be in extremely severe condition. According to reports, two of the victims are in critical condition, while the other three are in fair condition.
According to the authorities, Barrios was apprehended while sprinting on a Strip sidewalk by security guards from the Sands along with policemen from the Metropolitan Police Department. The Clark County Detention Center is where he is currently being kept at this time.
According to the reports, he appeared in court for the first time on Friday and was given an order to remain in custody after the hearing.
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