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A man allegedly told a woman at a Miami bus stop, "I can rape you if I wanted", before repeatedly stabbing a different female recording him on video.
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Richard Jin, 34, of Miami Beach, approached two women at a bus stop at the popular downtown Bayside Marketplace at 401 Biscayne Blvd. just after 7:30 p.m. Saturday and began making a series of sexual advances toward one of the women, WPLG-TV reported, citing a Miami Police Department arrest report.
Jin told the woman she had a “nice a**,” told her “you should f*** me,” and also said to her, “I can rape you if I wanted,” the station reported, citing police.
Police said the other woman soon took out her cell phone and began recording the encounter, WPLG reported.
With that, Jin grabbed the phone from her hand and threw it into the street, leading the victim to run after her phone, police added to the station.
Police told WPLG that as the woman ran for her phone, Jin took out a “large” knife from his pocket and began stabbing her multiple times — “aiming for the victim’s neck.”
The woman was rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital with stab wounds to her neck, arm, and thigh, the station said.
Police told WPLG they later found Jin outside the Phillip & Patricia Frost Museum of Science at 1101 Biscayne Blvd. and arrested him on charges of attempted felony murder causing injury, robbery by sudden snatching, and felony criminal mischief.
Jin was being held in the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center on a $17,500 bond as of late Monday morning, the station said, citing jail records. The bond for the attempted felony murder charge is $7,500 while the bonds for the other two charges are $5,000 each, jail records indicated Monday afternoon.
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Dave Urbanski is a senior editor for Blaze News.