A stabbing victim was able to mutter his attacker’s name to a neighbor before dying, helping police make an arrest in the case, according to a report.
Last week, police in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, arrested Isaiah Rain Dubray, known as “Zach,” in connection to the case.
On Oct. 30, police responded to a reported stabbing at an apartment, according to KELO.
There they found a man in the hallway who was stabbed several times, according to the report. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The victim was identified as Stewart Wayne Mousseaux Jr., 37, according to KELO.
Before he died, the victim allegedly told a neighbor that “it was Zach Dubrey” who stabbed him, the station noted. Police then arrested Dubray the next day.
A 47-year-old woman was also stabbed several times and taken to the hospital for treatment.
Witnesses said the suspect knew the victims and they were drinking the day before. But police are still working to find out what led to the alleged attack, according to KELO.
Dubray was charged with first-degree murder, second-degree murder and several counts of aggravated assault.
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