Eliyas Aregahegne Biography – Eliyas Aregahegne Wiki
Eliyas Aregahegne is the suspect accused in the random Washington D.C. stabbing to death of dog walker Margery Magill.
According to Police, on August 27, 2019, Aregahegne repeatedly stabbed a stranger to death on the street in a vicious random attack. The victim was named as Margery Magill, 27, of Northwest, D.C.
In a news release, the Metropolitan Police Department wrote that an arrest was made in the homicide that occurred in the 400 block of Irving Street Northwest. They described it as a “fatal stabbing” that occurred on August 27, 2019.
At about 8:49 p.m., police responded to the location for a “report of an unconscious person.” Upon arrival, they “located an adult female victim suffering from multiple stab wounds. DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded to the scene and transported the victim to an area hospital. After all lifesaving efforts failed, the victim was pronounced dead.”
Police wrote that, on August 28, 2109, Eliyas Aregahegne, 24, of Northwest, D.C., was “arrested and charged with first degree murder while armed.”
Eliyas Aregahegne Age
He is 24 years old.
Eliyas Wendale Aregahegne Parents
On Instagram, Eliyas posted an ode to his dad, writing, “Happy Fathers day to the rock that holds my family together! Thanks dad for showing me how to be a MAN and always guiding me towards the right path, even when I stray from it. I know it’s been hard but thank you for being my personal hero and the man I strive to be! -Love you, Your favorite son ( well I’m your only son soo…) #myhero #fathersday.”
Eliyas Aregahegne was Reported as a Missing Person in 2017
In 2017, the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington D.C. wrote on Twitter, “#MissingPerson Eliyas Wendale Aregahegne, 22, last seen 7/15 in 3000 b/o 14th St, NW. Seen him? Call 202-727-9099 or text 50411.” The police also shared a missing person’s poster. “He was last seen wearing a black jacket and black pants. Eliyas may be in need of medication,” the poster says.
Eliyas Aregahegne Mentoring Program
He posted photos of himself on Instagram in a 2013 graduation cap and gown and of a mentoring certificate. With the latter, he wrote, “After four amazing years today was my last presentation and the end of an incredible journey with the dedicated mentors that volunteer their Thursdays (and sometimes more) with the ACE Mentorship program! Thanks again for sparking my interest in the STEM field and even if I don’t graduate as an engineer the lessons taught will always be with me. Thanks again!”