The primary stabbing sufferer, recognized as 32-year-old Abdulmalek Nasher of Pacifica, was discovered late Monday evening simply north of Reid’s Roost Street.
San Mateo County deputies returned to that rural stretch of Skyline Boulevard late Tuesday evening to seek for extra proof linked to Nasher’s loss of life.
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Simply earlier than midnight, deputies heard somebody calling for assist. They discovered the second sufferer, 31-year-old John Pekipaki, affected by stab wounds.
Pekipaki didn’t survive.
“I am lacking him. He might be missed by us for the remainder of our lives,” Feofaaki Lautaimi advised ABC7 Information. “However I do know he is in good fingers.”
Lautaimi is said to Pekipaki’s.
Much like circumstances surrounding Monday evening’s stabbing sufferer, Pekipaki’s household mentioned he was additionally responding to a piece name.
Lautaimi mentioned he was working for a towing firm when a job got here up on Tuesday night.
“He received a name to go over to that space and choose up a car,” she mentioned. “When John drove over there, on Freeway 35, that is when it occurred… That is once they killed him.”
Shortly after deputies discovered Pekipaki, additionally they noticed a person they believed was answerable for his stabbing.
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The sheriff’s workplace mentioned 26-year outdated Malik Dosouqi of Pacifica was trying to depart the realm.
“A deputy fired on the oncoming car which was driving in direction of the victims and each deputies,” San Mateo County Sheriff’s Lt. Stephanie Josephson mentioned. “The suspect was not hit by gunfire, however the car moist off the roadway and right into a ditch.”
Investigators are working to find out whether or not there’s a connection between the 2 homicides.
Pekipaki leaves behind an 11-year-old son and 1-year-old daughter.
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