Stabbing leads to woman's death (PHOTO: FOX19/ Chris Lower)
Andrew Kimbrough (Photo: Cincinnati Police)
Patricia Hummons (Photo: Cincinnati Police)
ROSELAWN (FOX19) -
Bond was set at $500,000 Wednesday for the man accused of fatally stabbing a 60-year-old wheelchair-bound woman and then attacking a Good Samaritan who tried to save her.
Andrew Kimbrough, 21, was released from the University of Cincinnati Medical Center Tuesday and booked into the jail on one count of murder.
He was arrested Sunday after Cincinnati police responded to a report of a stabbing in the 1800 block of Losantville Avenue in Roselawn.
They found Patricia Hummons on a sidewalk outside an apartment complex. She had suffered several stab wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Homicide investigators concluded Kimbrough attacked her with the knife and then stabbed Good Samaritan who came to her defense. The man, identified in court records as Timothy Carpenter, was able to wrestle the weapon away from Kimbrough, police said.
Carpenter suffered a non-life threatening injury and was treated at the hospital.
Kimbrough faces an additional charge of felonious assault related to that attack.
The case goes to a grand jury for possible indictment Jan. 28.
Residents told FOX19 NOW they incident put them on edge, particularly it occurred just down the street from where a man was shot to death last year while working on an ATM machine.