86-Year-Old Woman Stabbed In Neck While Pumping Gas By Suspect From Carjacking Of Another Elderly Man
A man has been arrested for allegedly preying on elderly people, including stabbing an 86-year-old woman in the neck with an ink pen.
Around 2 a.m. on June 22, police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, responded to a gas station for a reported stabbing.
Officers were told that the suspect, Donald Shibley, approached an 86-year-old woman at the gas pump and demanded her keys, according to police. When the woman refused, Shibley started to hit her and then stabbed her in the neck with an ink pen.
Shibley ran from the station but was eventually found by police.
The victim gave a statement to police and then was taken to the hospital, police said. Her current condition is unknown.
Shibley is also the suspect in a carjacking days earlier where a 72-year-old man had his car taken, police said. The vehicle was later crashed into a Jimmy John’s.
Since Shibley is a Native American, the case was given to federal prosecutors to determine the charges, police said.
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