Decapitated body of Philadelphia woman found on kitchen floor; The police arrested her partner

A woman in Philadelphia recalled her horror when she found her neighbor, a mother of two teenagers, decapitated on the kitchen floor of her apartment.

Maria Liz said WPVI-TV that she thought she was going to help her neighbor when she went to her house, but instead she saw a disturbingly gruesome sight.

“I’m here thinking I’ll put pressure on the wound while I called the police to help her. I don’t think I’ll see what I saw,” Liz said.

She said she went to the house after receiving a call for help. She rents an apartment at the back of the same building.

She found her neighbor, 41-year-old Leila al Raheel, decapitated on her kitchen floor.

“It was a very horrifying experience,” she added, saying she was still in a state of shock.

When police arrived at around 12:45 p.m., they identified the victim’s partner as a person of interest and were able to arrest him a few blocks from the home. Neighbors told news media he fled on foot.

Police arrested 24-year-old Ahmad Shareef and charged him with murder and desecration of a body.

WPVI TV reported these sources told them Shareef has been involved in numerous incidents of domestic violence involving family members.

A neighbour said WRC TV that the victim had been treated like a slave and that a family in the neighborhood had moved away after Shareef ran half-naked out of the house several times and threatened neighbors several times.

“There are always fights,” said Nyjha Richardson. “Always fighting. Always people in and out of the house. It’s never good. The yellow house is the worst house on the block!”

Liz said she plans to look after the victim’s two teenage daughters, who are now without a mother.

Here is a local news report on the incident:

‘Horrible experience’: Neighbor recalls finding decapitated woman in Philadelphia Decapitated body of Philadelphia woman found on kitchen floor; The police arrested her partner

Laura Coffey

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