Anenia Marie Hare a Minneapolis woman murders a dinner guest during Thanksgiving dinner at her home after guest starts smoking crack and not sharing any.
A Minneapolis Thanksgiving dinner party ended in calamity after the dinner host murdered a male dinner guest when the guest start started smoking crack cocaine at the dinner table- and not offering her any.
The man’s killing comes after 47 year old woman, Anenia Marie Hare invited 69-year-old Edward Caliph over to her apartment on Thursday to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal, only for the dinner host to be offended by her guest’s behavior.
According to Hare, prior to the attending group beginning to eat, she noticed Caliph lighting up a crack pipe.
From there, the Star Tribune reported the dinner host becoming irritated (do you suppose?) because Caliph did not ask her permission to do drugs in her apartment, while also declining to ask her to participate (indeed!).
Reach out for your pipe. Reach out for a lighter.
An incensed Hare conceded grabbing an antenna and butcher knife, standing in front of the apartment door and telling Caliph he wasn’t allowed to leave. Hare told detectives she was only trying to appear intimidating.
But that’s where things really got out of hand. Time for one more hit?
Anenia Marie Hare claims calling 911 four times, but how often was she calling her dealer?
Caliph started yelling for a neighbor to call 911, before breaking a window in the living room with a vacuum cleaner trying to escape.
Hold it close and let it flame…
Hare allegedly grabbed her guest by the shoulders and fell on top of him as he fought to get the knife from her.
‘I just grabbed him by the front and he went down,’ she told police. ‘To me it just felt like I put him in a deeper hold or something.’
Hare said after the struggle, Caliph fell face down on the ground and ‘he started snoring.’
Hare claimed she called 911 four times about the incident.
Police said Caliph was taken to hospital, where he was pronounced dead. An autopsy showed he died of homicidal violence.
Hare was charged with second-degree murder and is being held on $500,000 bail at the Hennepin County Jail.