Authorities in Peru have arrested Johnny D. Guillen, a suspect in the serial butt stabber case, and have begun to extradite him to the United States. Ladies, you can all breathe a sigh of relief now that Guillen has been detained for his crimes.
Guillen is also known by the nickname of ‘Corta Nalgas,’ which translates to ‘butt cutter.’ He is wanted for stabbing the butts of close to 13 women in the areas of Northern Virginia from February of 2011 to July of 2011. The majority of the attacks occurred in malls. Guillen would make sure he distracted his victims before cutting their butts through their pants. Most of the injuries suffered by the victims were mild in nature, despite the attacks sounding pretty brutal.
The attacks began happening at the Fair Oaks Mall in Fairfax, Virginia. His final attack before fleeing the country occurred at an H&M store near the mall. He presumably cut the victims’ buttocks with a box cutter or some kind of razor. He would either distract them on his own or he would wait until his victim was looking at clothing or other products in the stores before making his move. No one knows the motive for Guillen either.