A Michigan man is accused of a two-day rampage in which he stabbed a 13-year-old girl to death, assaulted her mother and another woman. and take hostages All this while being held in custody. Prosecutors said on Tuesday Isaiah G. “Zeek” Gardenhire was reported as a contender in his lawsuit on Tuesday. Due to his long list of allegations read.
MLive.com reported that the 40-year-old Gardenhire smiled and waved both middle fingers through Zoom while Sara Spencer-Noggle. An Isabella County judge set the new bond price at $3 million. He was tied out of a Mason County jail on second-degree sexual misconduct just days before he was charged with a crime spree.
Prosecutors said Gardenhire̵7;s brutal attack began on June 6 when he sexually harassed his girlfriend in Mount Pleasant. Her name has not been disclosed.
“At some point during that argument, Mr. Gardenheir’s attention shifted to [the girlfriend’s] Isabella County Attorney David Barberi said the mother ran away and asked the police for help. But when she returned with law enforcement, Gardenhire had stabbed the teenager, Barberi said. died from injuries Although the rescuers tried to save her the first time.
A neighbor who had been alerted of the grisly events of the ambulance’s arrival said he was haunted by what he realized the next morning: a mother had sought his help during a vandal attack. but he is sleeping
Speaking to local news station WNEM-TV about terms of anonymity. He said he learned after the ambulance arrived that the victim “Get out in the night and come to our house and try to knock on our door for help.”
“Go out [on Sunday morning] and realized that there were blood-smudged hands all over our front door,” he said.
“Shocking, surreal, you can’t help but feel guilty. Will things change if we hear you?
The mother returned home with the police to find that her daughter was seriously injured. Prosecutors said Gardenhir was already heading for his next victim. These were two Mount Pleasant residents, a woman and a man, whom he allegedly held hostage in their apartment while police were searching for him. To steal the couple’s money and cars, Barberi told the court.
“This is a horrible tragedy and an absurd loss of life,” Barberi said, adding that “now our focus is on the treatment of the victims.”