Teen stabbed in the head while waiting for the bus in life-threatening hate crime

Using a pocket knife, 56-year-old Billie R. Davis repeatedly stabbed a teen with a pocked knife. She committed this assault while the young girl was waiting for the bus doors to open.

According to police, the incident took place near the intersection of West Fourth Street and the B-Line Trail around 4:45 p.m. on Wednesday in Bloomington, Indiana.

The victim was a student at Indiana University.

Officers from the Bloomington Police Department responded to the scene, and the victim was taken to the hospital with blood flowing from her head.

Investigators were able to speak with her about the incident despite her medical condition.

The police reviewed Bus No. 1777 footage after the stabbing to determine that the two women had not interacted before the attack.

An eyewitness to the attack followed Davis off the bus and notified police of her location. A police officer arrested Davis near Kirkwood Avenue and South Washington Street.

“Race was a factor in why she stabbed her,” according to the affidavit. An additional disturbing detail was released, claiming “Davis made a statement that it would be one less person to blow up our country.”

The affidavit claims Davis intended to kill the victim, as footage shows her unfolding her knife and stabbing the victim’s head seven times.

Davis reportedly told police that she threw out the weapon before she could be arrested. Currently, she is being held without bond.