BALTIMORE - A witness said the victim of a man named Baltimore City's latest public enemy number one was collapsed on her steps and "bleeding profusely from her neck," according to a police report.
Baltimore City Police are calling 26-year-old Christopher Troy Goode public enemy number one.
Goode is wanted in connection to what police are calling an attempted murder that happened on September 12 in the 2200 block of Sidney Avenue.
According to police, a 21-year-old woman was found with stab wounds to her neck and upper chest area.
A witness reported hearing screams coming from outside of her home. The witness told police she saw a man making a punching motion toward the victim.
Moments later, the witness said the 21-year-old victim began running toward the door screaming "Help! He's trying to kill me."
The police report reveals that the suspect ran after the victim before running away from the scene.
Once the victim collapsed, the report states she told the witness that her attacker was her child's father, Christopher Goode.
The victim was rushed to Shock Trauma. Doctors there determined she had a total of 10 stab wounds and placed her in critical but stable condition.
Goode was reportedly on probation at the time of the attack, according to police. He was sentenced to 18 months probation following a domestic second degree assault conviction.
Goode is facing several charges, including attempted first degree murder which carries a maximum life penalty.
An indictment was also slapped on Goode in Ohio for charges of assault, intimidation, and violation of a protection order.
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