A memorial was set up near where K.C. Haggard collapsed after being stabbed. Photo: Seth Hemmelgarn

No arrests in Fresno trans death

A memorial was set up near where K.C. Haggard collapsed after being stabbed.  Photo: Seth HemmelgarnMore than a month after a transgender woman died after being stabbed on a Fresno street, law enforcement agencies are continuing to seek the person who attacked her.

K.C. Haggard, 66, of Fresno, who’s been recalled as a “sweet” person, was seen on the surveillance video from a tattoo shop walking down North Blackstone Avenue early in the morning of July 23.

In the video, an SUV drove toward Haggard and stopped near her. Haggard walked over to the vehicle and appeared to talk for a few moments with someone inside. After someone jabbed at her throat, Haggard walked away and collapsed on the sidewalk.

An ambulance and a police car finally arrived several minutes after the attack, and she was pronounced dead at 2:52 a.m.

Fresno police Lieutenant Joe Gomez said in an email Tuesday, September 1 that no arrests have been made.

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