The victim of a random attack at the library worries her attacker will be set free
Published: Jun. 22, 2022 at 5:44 PM AKDT
A woman who was a victim of a random attack in the Loussac library is worried her attacker may end up back on the streets now that charges have been dismissed against the man for a second time. Angela Harris and her partner Aaron Brown were returning books in the library lobby in February when a man walked up behind her and stabbed her in the back.
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