CEDARTOWN, Ga. - Police say they captured two teens who they believe brutally stabbed a pizza delivery woman. Investigators say Elizabeth Hutcheson was stabbed more than 50 times while delivering pizza at a home in Cedartown on Thursday night.
The stabbing happened just after 9 p.m. at a home on Thompson Street. Investigators say Hutcheson’s attackers ran away after stabbing her.
Officers who were conducting a traffic stop nearby heard Hutcheson’s screams and rushed to help her. Police say Hutcheson was a 27-year-old mother who worked at Domino’s Pizza.
[Police] have identified one of the suspects as 18-year-old Cadedra Cook. The other suspect is a 15-year-old boy whose name is not being released.
“They were trying to flee from a house on Lafayette Street in Cedartown. We were able to get them surrounded and apprehend both of them in the field without any violent incident or any injuries or suspects or officers,” said Cedartown Assistant Police Chief James Newsome.
Hutcheson’s fiancé praised police for the quick arrest. He said that she had a 4-year-old daughter. (read more with video of story)