KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) Ciero Bajoie-Johnson, 30, who, according to an affidavit, told police “the devil told her to kill,” after a stabbing was indicted Wednesday for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
She remains in the Bell County Jail where she’s held in lieu of $100,000 bond.
She was arrested on Sept. 30 after a Killeen police officer was flagged down early in the morning by a person who reported seeing a naked, bloodied woman walking down the street.
The officer was able to locate Bajoie-Johnson near North 8th Street and East Green Avenue, the affidavit says.
Another officer arrived and witnessed Bajoie-Johnson acting aggressively and saying “kill me,” the affidavit says.
The woman resisted, but police were able to detain her, according to the document.
Her right arm was wrapped in a bandage.
Officers found the victim, who told police “he had been sitting in a chair with the suspect came out of nowhere and stabbed him.”
The victim also said Bajoie-Johnson was “saying things like the devil told her to kill all of them,” the affidavit says.
The victim was stabbed in his right shin.