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Man accused of stabbing Mesa grocery store employee because he felt 'disrespected'

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Henry Mcleod, 37, allegedly told police he stabbed an employee because he felt "disrespected" The unidentified victim was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries. After speaking with the victim and looking at surveillance video, deputies identified the suspect. He's accused of three counts of aggravated assault.
Published 2 months ago · Tucson, United States

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Man accused of stabbing Mesa grocery store employee because he felt 'disrespected'

"Henry admitted to stabbing the victim after feeling ‘disrespected,’" MCSO said in a news release.

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Man Claims He Stabbed Mesa Fry’s Employee Because He Felt “Disrespected”

A man is facing charges for stabbing a Mesa Fry’s Food & Drug employee, claiming he felt “disrespected.” According to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, 37-year-old Henry Mcleod, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon for the stabbing that occurred on Nov. 23, just after 4 a.m., at the store near Ellsworth and Broadway roads. The employee...

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