Jayla Hill Wiki – Jayla Hill Biography
Two Chicago sisters Jayla Hill and Jessica Hill have been denied bond after police say they stabbed a security guard nearly 30 times when he asked them to wear face masks, according to WTTW News.
Both sisters were arrested on October 27 on charges of attempted murder, the station reported. Police say the siblings entered a shoe store in Lawndale on October 25 when they stabbed a security worker at least 27 times over a mask dispute, the Chicago Sun-Times added.
Jayla is 18 years old.
Chicago Sisters Stabbed Security Guard
“It’s the complete randomness of this. It’s terrifying,” Cook County Judge Mary Marubio said during the bond hearing on Tuesday, October 27, the newspaper reported.
When the 32-year-old man asked the women to put on masks and use hand sanitizer, a verbal dispute ensued, the Chicago Sun-Times said. Jessica and Jayla Hill refused to follow his requests.
Jessica Hill then started to stab the man with a “comb knife,” while her younger sister restrained him, the newspaper continued.
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The Snipes security guard was treated at a nearby hospital, the outlet said. His wounds did not require surgery, it added.
Both sisters are being held in the Cook County Jail without bail, according to online jail records. Their next court appearance is scheduled for November 4.
Snipes employees told a Chicago Sun-Times reporter “that they were told not to speak with the media.”
Jayla Hill Began Recording
Cook County prosecutors said Jayla Hill “took out her cellphone and began filming the security guard who asked her and her sister to leave for refusing to wear masks,” according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
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The 18-year-old called someone to “kick his ass,” the outlet continued. The 270-pound security guard then before the stabbing, surveillance footage shows one of the sisters smashing the guard’s face with a trash can before they both began to punch him, the newspaper reported.
attempted to grab the phone, the Chicago Sun-Times said.