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Police Say a Worker at a Kentucky Dairy Queen Stabbed a Coworker While Trying to “Stop the Evil”


A police report says that on May 29, a coworker stabbed a Kentucky fast food worker several times while they were working at a Dairy Queen in the Stanford area.

The female juvenile victim was seriously hurt when she was stabbed several times in the throat and stomach, according to the police citation. There was a post on the Stanford Police Department’s Facebook page that said she was taken by Lincoln EMS and “stabilized before being airlifted to another medical facility.”

Police named the person they think attacked as Rachel Sanchez, 20, from Stanford. When Stanford police arrived at 4:34 p.m., Sanchez was still at the scene and was arrested right away.

Sanchez got to work at 2:00 p.m. on the day of the attack, and the victim, a young person, didn’t get there until 4:30 p.m. Sanchez said in her arrest papers that the worker she beat was giving her “weird looks,” which Sanchez did not like.

Sanchez then went home to get the knife. She then went back to Dairy Queen and stabbed her coworker there.

The police citation said, “Sanchez said that this had been going on for a while and that she planned to kill the other worker at the restaurant when she got back from home with the knife to stop the evil.”

The arrest document says Sanchez has been taking medicine for her schizophrenia, anxiety, and PTSD.

When the boss at Dairy Queen stepped in, she cut her wrist, but it didn’t need to be treated right away.

The Stanford Police Department says Sanchez has been charged with attempted murder of one victim and first-degree attack of the second victim.

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