RICHMOND, Va. -- Crime Insider sources have confirmed the name of the man arrested for stabbing two women in downtown Richmond Friday afternoon.
Quincy Rawlings was captured shortly after the stabbing, which happened around 12:50 p.m. inside an assisted living facility at 100 Jefferson Street. That is about 100 feet from Richmond Police Headquarters on Grace Street.
"Officers arrived and found two adult females in a structure who were suffering from stab wounds," a Richmond Police spokesperson said Friday. "One victim succumbed to her wounds at the hospital."
No details about the circumstances surrounding the stabbing were available at last check.
Rawlings, who is being held without bond, is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday morning.
Richmond Police reported 58 homicides in the city thru October 3, 2021.
Since 2000, Richmond has averaged approximately 60 homicides a year.
Between 2002-2005, more than 80 people a year were killed in crimes classified as homicides in the city. Over the last two years, more than 60 people were killed in crimes classified as homicides, according to Richmond Crime statistics.
In 1994, 160 people were killed in the City of Richmond. In 1997, the city's homicide number was 140.
|2021||58 homicides (as of Oct. 3, 2021)|
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