Trans Woman Allegedly Runs Over Man, Then Kisses His Lifeless Body Before Stabbing Him 9 Times

A disturbing incident occurred where a woman intentionally hit a man with her car, then backed over him, and proceeded to kiss his lifeless body before repeatedly stabbing him, per the NY Post.
Photo Credit: Houston Police Department

A disturbing incident occurred where a woman intentionally hit a man with her car, then backed over him, and proceeded to kiss his lifeless body before repeatedly stabbing him, per the NY Post. The suspect, identified as 20-year-old Karon Fisher, is reported to be a transgender woman. 

The victim, Steven Anderson, 64, was simply going to pick up the mail in his Houston neighborhood on May 3 when the incident took place. Video footage captured the white vehicle speeding down the road and intentionally swerving to strike Anderson. The car then reversed and hit him a second time, pushing his body further down the street. 

Witnesses quickly appeared on the scene, some pulling out their phones while another brought a pillow to cover Anderson’s body. Shockingly, the driver returned to the scene, flipped Anderson’s body over, straddled him, and kissed him before stabbing him several times. 

Fisher, who was dressed in a black bra and high-waisted black shorts, attempted to get into another car while horrified witnesses watched. When she failed to enter the vehicle, she walked over Anderson’s body and left the scene on foot. Fisher was later arrested and charged with murder, evading arrest with a vehicle, and assaulting hospital personnel. It remains unclear whether the two individuals had a relationship.

Despite being identified as male on court records, Fisher was referred to as a woman by the police. It was also discovered that at the time of her arrest, she was on community supervision for evading arrest in 2023. Fisher had previously been charged with prostitution in 2021, but the case was dismissed. She is scheduled to appear in court on May 24.

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