A woman who stabbed and wounded four people in a Target store in West Hollywood, Calif. Monday afternoon was arrested when an off-duty sheriff's deputy pulled his gun and ordered the woman to the ground as screaming shoppers ran from the building, said an AP report.
Layla Trawick started randomly stabbing people with two blades — a butcher's knife and a carving knife, the report said. The 35-year-old Antioch woman was arrested with the help of private security guards and booked on suspicion of attempted murder.
When off-duty sheriff's Deputy Clay Grant saw her and ordered her to drop the knives, she ran away and he chased her through the store, aisle after aisle, until he arrested her, the report said.