Investigators attempt to decide if suspect linked to 2 stabbings in San Mateo County


DALY CITY, Calif. (KGO) — Skyline Boulevard up within the hills of rural San Mateo County was blocked off for a second day, following an investigation right into a second deadly stabbing on the identical highway.

On Tuesday evening, sheriff deputies have been looking for proof into the primary deadly stabbing, which occurred on Monday. That is once they discovered one other stabbing sufferer, 31-year-old John Sione Pekipaki, who was screaming for assist. Deputies say they then noticed a person drive a automotive in the direction of them.

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“A deputy fired on the oncoming car, which was driving in the direction of the sufferer and each deputies. The suspect was not hit by gunfire, however the car went off the roadway and right into a ditch,” says Lt. Stephanie Josephson with San Mateo County Sheriff’s Division.

The suspect was recognized as Malik Dosouqi, 26, of Pacifica.

Lt. Josephson says Dosouqi was being handled for an damage to his arm. As soon as cleared from the hospital, she says he might be booked into San Mateo County Jail.

Jeremy Manukainiu grew up with Dosouqi, however says they grew aside in highschool. He describes the Dosoqui household as “good individuals” with a powerful work ethic. Nevertheless, he seen Malik turn out to be extra reclusive over the previous three years.

“I simply seen that he was being bizarre. Simply saved to himself,” says Manukainiu. “He’d stroll by our home and stand in entrance of our driveway, and simply stare at us. Stand for a few seconds. Stare at us. After which proceed what he’s doing.”

Investigators try to find out a motive, and if Dosoqui is the suspect within the first stabbing as nicely.

The primary stabbing sufferer is 32-year-old Adbel Malek Nasher, a Yemeni immigrant, who lived in Pacifica along with his spouse and four-year-old daughter.

His household met with the Mansoor Ismael, the Honorary Consul from the San Francisco Yemeni consulate.

“The spouse is crying, and she or he is asking for the demise penalty,” says Ismael. He says he knew Nasher for over 10 years and described him as a loyal household man with an awesome persona.

Ismael says Nasher was a taxi driver and that Dosouqi might have been considered one of his shoppers. However the household nonetheless does not know the way the 2 males ended up in a secluded a part of San Mateo County.

“We do not know if he was the shopper. We’re ready for the investigation from the district legal professional and sheriff’s division,” says Ismael.

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