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A real-life vampire in Arizona was sentenced earlier this month to 3 years probation after he stabbed his roommate. Aaron Homer, a 24-year old, pled guilty to aggravated assault in a Maricopa County court.
Homer and his roommates, 25-year-old Robert Maley and Amanda Williamson, 21, lived in an apartment in Chandler, Arizona. In the police report, Maley stated that the pair was “into vampire stuff and paganism.”
Maley told the police that he allowed Homer to suck his blood at one point during their bizarre relationship. According to the Arizona Republic, Maley allowed Homer to suck his blood for 2-3 minutes in the past because Homer threatened his ex-girlfriend. “He had allowed them to suck his blood one time, but did not want them to suck his blood anymore and when he told (Homer) that, (Homer) became very angry and stabbed him,” the police report says.
Maley was stabbed in the left arm. With his wound bleeding, Maley left the apartment because of an outstanding warrant. Firefighters treating someone next door heard a loud bang.
“They see a man running with blood coming out of his arm,” said Chandler Police Det. Dave Ramer.
When police arrived, Williamson and Homer were in the apartment, which was covered in blood. There was also “a trail of blood leaving the apartment,” the police report says.
The pair remaining in the apartment gave conflicting stories. Williamson stated she stabbed Maley in self-defense because he attacked her. Homer gave various versions of the events, but police stated they did not make sense. The knife was found between bedroom mattresses. Maley was then tracked down a few blocks away, blood still gushing from his arm.
Maley told police what happened. After police informed Homer what Maley had reported, Homer “showed police how angry he was and said he stabbed Maley because he was making fun of (their) religion.” Homer said he stabbed him and called him a profane name.
Homer was charged with aggravated assault and Williamson was arrested on charges of false reporting. Maley was also arrested for his probation violation. He was treated for his stab wound, which required several stitches. “I’ve never heard of a case like this in Chandler,” Ramer said.