Security Footage Shows 'Disturbing' Moment Man Is Run Over, Kissed and Stabbed by His Attacker

The victim was hit by a car twice and stabbed nine times in broad daylight while picking up mail, according to video

<p>Getty</p> Stock image of a crime scene


Stock image of a crime scene

A man in Houston, Texas, was murdered in broad daylight on May 3, and his final moments were captured by a nearby surveillance camera.

In security footage of his murder obtained by local TV station KTRK-TV, the victim, 64-year-old Steven Anderson, can be seen walking on Houston’s Woodridge Square Drive to pick up mail when he is suddenly hit by a car.

The driver, whom police have identified as 20-year-old Karon Fisher, then reverses the car, running over Anderson, as several eyewitnesses in the residential area attempt to get him help.

One neighbor also emerges from a building holding a pillow, seemingly to give to the injured man, when the driver comes back, this time outside of the vehicle, while wielding a knife.

<p>Houston Police Department/Facebook </p> Karon Fisher's booking photo

Houston Police Department/Facebook

Karon Fisher's booking photo

The following portion of the security video was blurred by KTRK-TV but, according to the outlet, it shows the driver flipping the victim’s “limp” body, straddling and kissing him, and then stabbing him a total of nine times.

The driver then walks away from the scene of the murder with neighbors still watching, according to KTRK-TV.

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After officers arrived at the scene of the fatal collision and stabbing, which occurred around 7:50 p.m. local time, the victim was found unresponsive in a driveway, according to a press release from the Houston Police Department.

He had suffered multiple stab wounds and was pronounced deceased at the scene, police said.

Thanks to information provided by eyewitnesses, authorities were able to locate Fisher, and they were subsequently detained and questioned by detectives.

Fisher was booked into Harris County Jail and charged with murder, where they are being held on a $2 million bond.

They were also charged with assaulting a hospital personnel, as well as evading arrest with a vehicle, jail records show.

Neighbors who witnessed Anderson’s murder told KTRK-TV that they are traumatized by the events.

“Broad daylight. People around every time and it happened right under our noses,” one neighbor said, while another called the situation is “very disturbing.”

“I have kids here,” the neighbor added. “They could have been out here playing, and imagine them.”

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