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Crime 2 sisters allegedly attack Chicago store security guard who asked them to wear masks

02:25  28 october  2020
02:25  28 october  2020 Source:   nydailynews.com

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JESSICA and Jayla Hill are two sisters from Chicago who cops say stabbed a store 's security guard over two dozen times after they were asked to put on masks . The attack happened around 6 pm on October 25 on Chicago 's West Side, police spokeswoman Karie James told The Chicago Sun-Times.

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Two sisters have been charged with attempted murder after they allegedly attacked a Chicago store security guard who asked them to put on masks, the Chicago Tribune reported Tuesday.

Jessica Hill, 21, and her sister Jayla, 18, were accused of using a small knife to stab a 270-pound security guard 27 times in the city’s Homan Square neighborhood on Sunday, according to the Tribune.

Jerod Mixon posing for the camera: Jessica Hill, 21 (left) and Jayla Hill, 18, sisters from Lawndale, were ordered held without bail Tuesday. © Provided by New York Daily News Jessica Hill, 21 (left) and Jayla Hill, 18, sisters from Lawndale, were ordered held without bail Tuesday.

Jessica Hill, 21 (left) and Jayla Hill, 18, sisters from Lawndale, were ordered held without bail Tuesday.

The Chicago Police Department said the 32-year-old victim was cut in the back, neck and arms.

Authorities said the guard was treated at a hospital, and his wounds did not require surgery, the Tribune reported.

The sisters face felony counts of attempted first-degree murder.

A judge ordered them held without bond.

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