REPORT: Man tells woman she is going to die before stabbing
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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- According to a police report just released by the Las Vegas Metropolitan, the boyfriend of the woman stabbed to death Sunday night told the woman "You're going to die, bitch" before killing her.
Ricardo Glasgow, age 53, has been arrested for the murder of 49-year-old Sharon Jones.
According to police, they received a call at about 11:27 p.m. Sunday night about a violent domestic dispute and stabbing at a residence on Silver Knoll Avenue, near South Maryland Parkway and East Serene Avenue.
Upon arrival, police observed two women on the roof of the residence on Silver Knoll Avenue.
Police then observed a black male, later identified as Glasgow, wearing what appeared to be a blood-stained shirt exiting the front door.
Police ordered Glasgow to stop. However, he refused and re-entered the residence.
The responding police officers followed Glasgow into the home and heard a male's voice saying "Come get me" and "Come see what I'm doing."
Upon entering the kitchen of the residence, Glasgow was observed straddling a woman on the floor, holding a knife.
Glasgow refused the officers' commands to get off the woman, later identified as Sharon Jones.
Ultimately, he was shot by an electronic control device and officers were able to place Glasgow under arrest.
According to witness statements, an argument began between the couple on the second floor of the home.
Shirlene Reese told police that after the couple came downstairs, she observed Jones suddenly stand up and clutch her chest and exclaim "He just stabbed me!"
She did not see the stabbing but Glasgow dropped the knife and she picked it up, took it outside, and threw it into bushes outside the home.
When Glasgow began stabbing Jones again with another knife, two other people inside the home -- Gretchen Brown and Ashley Pickens -- attempted to stop him by throwing several objects at him.
When he refused to stop, they fled to the roof of the home in fear.
Las Vegas police retrieved two large knives from the scene of the crime. The first knife was retrieved outside and the second was found on the kitchen floor.
Glasgow was transported to Clark County Detention Center where he was booked for an outstanding fugitive from justice homicide warrant from California. Homicide detectives re-booked Glasgow for open murder, kidnapping, and resisting a police officer with a deadly weapon.
Glasgow is currently being held in medical segregation at CCDC.