stabbed in the region of the heart on the Annís Grove Public Road while she was
on her way home from work. She died at the Georgetown Public Hospital
said yesterday that she was often trailed and tormented by the spurned
45-year-old man who eventually ended her life.
killer would usually pass in front of their home at nights and issue death
threats to the teen and her family, her parents recalled.
He had openly
threatened to murder her on numerous occasions because she refused to condone an
illicit relationship with him.
teenís mother, Beverly Peters, 42, told the Chronicle that the man, who
reportedly hails from Belfield Village, also on the East Coast, had visited the
home and admitted that he liked her daughter. But she said she warned him to
stay away from the teen because he was too old for her.
ďI told him
that you canít just see somebody and like them,Ē Mrs. Peters
despite the warning, the man continued to stalk her daughter.
father, Evan Peters, 43, said they had made several reports of the manís threats
to the Clonbrook Police Station, but to date, no one has responded to their
Parents and siblings of Omadella Peters yesterday.
He said this
move apparently aggravated the killer who had followed the teen in a taxi. The
man exited the taxi and reportedly ordered the girl off the bicycle. After a
brief scuffle, he stabbed her.
said his daughter never had a relationship with the man and she was very afraid
of him because of the way he often threatened to end her life.
minutes after stabbing the teen, the man was apprehended by residents and after
a severe beating he was taken into police custody.
Omadella was described as a very kind and friendly teen.
Thursday, July 03, 2005