LEON COUNTY, Fla. (WTXL) - The Leon County Sheriff's Office responded to a stabbing around 4:05 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 6 on Cathedral Drive.
After arriving on scene, deputies found the victim slumped over at the residence. The victim was then transported to TMH for medical assistance.
According to the report, the victim only spoke Spanish and did not understand much English. A deputy went to the hospital to translate the interview.
He told the deputy that he worked construction and was waiting for a ride to work around 3 a.m. While he waited for his ride, the victim would periodically open the door and look outside for his ride. He noticed a black male sitting on the porch across the street watching him. When the victim opened the door, the black male finally spoke to him.
When the victim opened the door another time, the black male stated something in English, but he did not understand. The black male then forced the door open and began stabbing him with a large knife.
The black male also stole 30 dollars from the victim's wallet.
The victim was able to identify, the suspect, Chaka Warren, in a photo line up.
Warren is facing the following charges:
- Attempted/homicide-wilful kill murder while engaged in certain felony offense
- Burglary dwelling structure or conveyance armed
Warren was taken into custody without incident. He was transported to the Leon County Jail.