An Arizona man allegedly attacked a woman in an airport parking lot, asking her if she “wanted to die today,” authorities said.
Michael Andre Colville, 61, was arrested Saturday for his alleged role in the incident, Fox Phoenix reported. He allegedly attacked a woman a day earlier who flew into Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport.
The incident occurred in the Economy Lot B parking area near her vehicle.
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“She fell face down on the back seat of her vehicle,” read a portion of the court documents. “The suspect then asked the victim ‘Do you want to die today?’ The victim replied, staying that it wasn’t her day.”
The victim managed to kick Colville in his groin during the struggle.
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“The suspect held the victim down while stating several times ‘Do you want to die today?’” read a portion of the documents. “The victim continued to struggle, pushing the suspect away until the suspect eventually walked away.”
Investigators said the victim was followed by a man wearing glasses. Colville was identified by police through facial recognition software and later identified in a photo lineup.
Colville, who was on probation for sexual assault is being held in the Maricopa County jail.