LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A Louisville
man is accused of stabbing his wife multiple times inside their Middletown
Haris Sefo, 31, was taken to Metro
Corrections and charged with assault after stabbing his wife repeatedly all
over her body on Wednedsay, according to Louisville Metro Police. The victim
was rushed to a hospital where she remained in critical condition Thursday
Police said Sefo beat his wife in
the face and chest, and when he was done, he grabbed a knife and stabbed her numerous
times in the torso, back and arms. The police report says Sefo's hand was cut
sometime during the attack and that he regained control of the weapon to
deliver a near-fatal blow. The report also says Sefo jammed the knife all the
way through his wife's neck and left it there.
Sefo allegedly called his family to
help instead of calling police.
Neighbors in the LaFontenay/Shelby
Crossing Apartment complex of Shelbyville Road, where the attack happened, said
the area is quiet and upscale -- a community mostly made up of condo owners.
"Living here in Middletown, I've always felt safe," said Laura Brown. "I
grew up in this area, and now I'm just really unhappy to hear that this has
happened in my community."
One neighbor said she is taking
precautions for her safety. "I mean, it honestly kind of scared me," said
Jennifer Pierce. "We've got a storm door, but we've actually started locking
it. We always lock our main door, but now we're locking the storm doors."
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