Update: This is NOT the guy who stabbed the dude. He just has the misfortune of looking exactly like the stabber. We are keeping this up because the police have not announced this publicly, and this guy’s face was already being spread around the Internet, so this blog officially is letting the record know that it is NOT him.
The Everett Police are on the lookout for a guy who randomly stabbed a complete stranger this week, killing the 54 year old man in the process. Last week this same man stabbed another unsuspecting victim, who survived. This is the sketch they put out:
Must’ve used his go-go gadget knife.
Well as it turns out there is a guy in neighboring Malden who happens to look exactly like that sketch.
Boo-ya-ka-sha. His name is Peter Smatana, and he is either a crazy person who stabs innocent people and is still at large, or he has the misfortune of having one of the most identifiable faces in the history of police skethces. He’s self-employed, claims to have studied at Salem State, and is originally from Slovakia.
And quite frankly the fact that so many people have commented on his wall, and so many people are talking about this, but yet he hasn’t responded to anything or been like, “I don’t stab people,” isn’t helping his cause in the court of public opinion.
We will see what comes of this, until then be careful if you live in the Everett or Malden area.
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