'Vampires' arrested for stabbing man after he refused to let them drink his blood
Two would-be vampires in Phoenix were arrested after allegedly stabbing a man when he refused to let them drink his blood, KTLA-TV reported.
Robert Maley, 25, told police that Aaron Homer, 24, and Amanda Williamson, 21, were interested in "vampire stuff and paganism." He said that he had let the pair drink his blood before. When he refused to let them do it again, he said, they stabbed him in the arm.
Police who arrived at the Phoenix apartment Homer and Williamson share found them covered in blood and saw a trail of blood leading away from the apartment. They found Maley a few blocks away with a stab wound to his left arm.
The knife allegedly used in the attack was found underneath the mattress in a bedroom in the apartment.
Both Homer and Williamson face charges of false reporting to law enforcement, and Homer faces a charge of aggravated assault. Maley, described as a transient, was also arrested on an outstanding warrant for violating the terms of his probation.