CINCINNATI (WXIX) – Courtroom information present an extended and darkish historical past of home violence for the person accused of stabbing his spouse greater than 20 instances in a Cincinnati park final week.
Clayton Raines, 46, is being held on a $500,000 bond after he allegedly stabbed his spouse on Dec. 10 close to the playground space of Gilday Riverside Park off River Road.
Raines’ documented historical past of violence started in 2016 and continued into 2019, the sufferer’s sister mentioned again then.
“We bought a name from her husband that he was going to go take her and kill her after which take his personal life,” Jacqueline Conley mentioned in 2019.
Courtroom information present, in 2019, Raines bought concerned in an argument along with his brother that grew to become violent, and he ended up working him over.
Conley mentioned Raines compelled his brother to not press costs and two years later, he as soon as once more got here after her sister.
Conley mentioned what occurred at Riverside Park on Dec. 10 was Raines’ try to kill her.
“He went ballistic on my sister and mentioned, ‘I’m going to kill you b****. You’re going to die at present,’ after they pulled up on the park,” Conley defined.
The couple’s 5 youngsters tried to cease him, Conley mentioned.
“My 11 and seven-year-old niece, God bless their soul, was attempting to push him from stabbing her – begging him, you already know, cease hurting my mother, crying screaming,” defined Conley. “They was coated in my sister’s blood, throughout.”
Raines’ spouse suffered important life-threatening accidents from the 20 stab wounds, based on Cincinnati police.
Conley mentioned her sister is making a miraculous restoration, although.
Raines was charged with felonious assault and resisting arrest.
Conley hopes the prosecutors would take into account tried homicide costs towards Raines, as a substitute of felonious assault.
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