At 4:57 p.m., Glennie called 911. According to the affidavit, he was heard saying, “I’m sorry, baby,” on the call, and a man could be heard in the background saying he couldn’t feel his hand. He was dying.
(Meanwhile, neighbors called building security, and security called 911 at 4:46 p.m.)
Glennie told police that Obumseli pushed her by the neck against a wall and then threw her to the floor. When she got up, she said, she grabbed a kitchen knife and threw it at him from at least 10 feet away, piercing his chest.
In the arrest affidavit, Glenny also told police, “I don’t know if it’s fair,” noting that he eventually gave police “several inconsistent accounts.” Investigators also noted that she had no injuries that would indicate she had been assaulted.
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