Holding a syringe full of semen and stabbing a stranger at the supermarket, the pervert received 10 years in prison

A Maryland man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after using a needle filled with his own semen and stabbing another woman at a local supermarket.

On February 18 last year, Thomas Byron Stemen, 51, stabbed girl Katie Peters with a syringe while she was shopping at Christopher’s Fine Foods in Churchton, Maryland.

In CCTV footage obtained by local store KTVU, Stemen can be seen entering the store behind Peters and stabbing her in the ass as she retrieves a shopping cart near the entrance.

Clip provided by the store

Received a 10-year prison sentence for using a needle filled with semen and then injecting a stranger's butt at the supermarket - Photo 2.

Portrait of the criminal Thomas Byron Stemen

Peters told Fox 5 that after stabbing her, Thomas leaned over and said, “I know, it feels like being stung, doesn’t it?”

At first, she thought that Thomas had put a cigarette on her, so she yelled at him loudly.

But as she got into the car to drive home, Peters felt a burning sensation in her leg and called her son to say she might have been stabbed with a needle containing HIV blood.

“I don’t know what was in that needle. It could be rat poison, HIV, I don’t know what was in that needle,” Peters told the shop owner at the time.

Received a 10-year prison sentence for using a needle filled with semen and then injecting a stranger's butt at the supermarket - Photo 3.
Received a 10-year prison sentence for using a needle filled with semen and then injecting a stranger's butt at the supermarket - Photo 4.
Received a 10-year prison sentence for using a needle filled with semen and then injecting a stranger's butt at the supermarket - Photo 5.

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When the police investigated the incident, they discovered many syringes in Thomas’s car and home, all filled with his semen!

Investigators also said Stemen plotted to attack two other victims in the store on the same day.

Stemen was arrested and charged with first and second degree assault and reckless endangerment. The judge called the attack “absolutely strange and disturbing,” KTVU said.

Stemen recently moved to the state from Ohio, and has six previous convictions on his file, all related to assault.

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