Miami police are investigating a fatal stabbing of a black man that occurred just one week before his 28th birthday. According to NBC 6 South Florida, Friends of the deceased identified him as Christian Toby Obumselli. The details surrounding the case remain unclear as police have not yet named the suspect. However, authorities have confirmed that there was a stabbing incident at One Paraiso. Its website describes the location as a “glamorous contemporary high-rise condominium” in the Edgewater neighborhood of Miami.
Officers responded to a call about a stabbing in One Paraiso on Sunday night. When police arrive, they encounter an injured Christian. Emergency workers took Christian to JMH’s Ryder Trauma Center, but medical professionals at a local hospital pronounced him dead.
Police have not released the names of the suspects at this time. However, per NBC 6 South Florida, They arrested a woman from the scene. Authorities took the woman for an involuntary mental health assessment, the report said. At the time of disclosure, the woman’s identity was not disclosed by authorities.
A separate report by CBS4 Miami Several residents of Paraiso have received an email about a domestic incident at the property. The email did not provide further details about the stabbed man.
Christian’s friends told local media outlets that the 27-year-old lived in Paraiso with his girlfriend. Apparently, the couple has moved from Texas to South Florida in recent years.
A brother’s pain
A man listed on Instagram as oha_jeff identified himself as Christian’s older brother on Tuesday. Jeff Christian and shared a series of photos with him. In his caption, he summarizes how Christians died.
Jeff wrote in the caption of the post, “I can’t really believe I’m writing this.” “It is with this heavy heart that I announce the murder of my younger brother, Christian (Toby), who was brutally murdered on Sunday, one week after his 28th birthday – I was really hurt by the word. Thank you. Your support is truly felt and appreciated during this devastating time. I urge the community to pray for me and my family. Pray for strength for the long journey of justice. “
This is a developing story about young Christian Toby Obumselli.
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