Records: Stabbing suspect warned 911 dispatcher of hurting someone before fatal attack
A suspect in the fatal stabbing of a man at a Phoenix convenience store called 911 beforehand and warned police he was planning on hurting someone, court records show.
Ysidro Reyes, 37, was being held Wednesday in a Maricopa County jail on suspicion of first-degree murder. A court commissioner set his bond at $1 million.
Police said in court records that Reyes called 911 just after 2:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.
"The caller stated he was really pissed off, had issues with police and would attack them or he was going to go look for someone and hurt them," according to a probable cause... read more
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