The Clark County Coroner’s Office has identified a woman who was stabbed to death last week in a central Las Vegas park in a possible case of homelessness and homelessness.
She was Marilyn Allweiss, 27, according to the coroner’s office. His death on Thursday was called a homicide.
Shortly after Allweiss’ screams were heard in the women’s restroom at West Flamingo Park, 6225 W. Flamingo Road, several witnesses saw a woman running from the restroom to an area adjacent to the park, according to the Department of Justice. metropolitan police.
The woman, identified by Metro as Liliani Pinto, 33, was later found hiding in a nearby house. A prosecutor revealed during her initial court appearance last week that she was found wearing bloody shoes and a knife with dried blood was also inside the house.
Questioned by metro agents, Pinto admitted to being in the toilet stall at the time of the stabbing, according to the same prosecutor.
No other details, including a possible motive, were disclosed. Homicide Lt. Ray Spencer said the two women may have been homeless.
Pinto was held without bail Monday at the Clark County Detention Center on one count of murder with a deadly weapon. His appearance was scheduled for Tuesday morning.
Metro is asking anyone with information about the stabbing to call the Homicide Section at 702-838-3531. Anonymous advice can be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.