An argument over a parking space ended with a resident of a condominium in Vespasiano, in Greater BH, stabbed this Sunday morning (5/11). The suspect is the building’s doorman.
According to the police report, the 28-year-old doorman said he was working on Saturday night (4/11) when a resident of the condominium came to him to complain that there was a car parked in his parking space.
About 30 minutes later, the car left the space, but, on Sunday morning, it parked again in the wrong place. The doorman then went to the driver of the vehicle, who also lives in the building, and asked him to use the right parking space.
According to the doorman’s report, 20 minutes later, the driver went to the concierge booth and attacked the condominium employee, even threatening to kill him. To defend himself, the suspect took a pocket knife and stabbed the resident. Soon after, he called the Military Police.
The 27-year-old resident was taken to Risoleta Neves Hospital with 11 stab wounds to the neck and stomach. He remains hospitalized.
Witnesses told the police that they witnessed the argument between those involved and saw the moment in which the resident threatened the doorman with death, in addition to the attacks.
The doorman stated that he had no intention of killing the man and just wanted to defend himself. He was treated at UPA Vespasiano and taken to the Civil Police Station.