Michigan carjacking victim, 88, she says she wishes she could kill ‘son of a b****’ attacker

Michigan carjacking victim, 88, she says she wishes she could kill 'son of a b****' attacker

An 88-year-old woman who was brutally assaulted by a carjacker has said she wants to ‘kill that son of a b****’ if they ever crossed paths again.

Gloria Kevelighan’s harsh words came the day after a man approached her from behind and grabbed her purse in a Walmart parking lot in Livonia, Michigan, on Tuesday.

When Kevelighan tried to fight the man off using her cane, he punched her in the head and slammed her into the pavement. 

He and his accomplice then got into her car and drove off, nearly running her over.  

Gloria Kevelighan, an 88-year-old woman who was brutally assaulted by a carjacker in Livonia, Michigan, on Tuesday, says she wants to ‘kill that son of a b****’ if they ever cross paths again

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Kevelighan was sporting severe bruises when she recounted the ‘traumatic’ attack on Wednesday, telling FOX2 ‘I tried to hit him with my cane but I couldn’t, he seemed to want to stay behind me so I couldn’t see his face.

‘I tried to turn around and sock him with my cane. If anyone bothers me, I use my cane.

‘He pushed me and I fell flat on my face. I hit my head, I was bleeding and everything.

‘The way he pushed me, he didn’t care. He was very strong.’ 

When asked what she would do if she ever came face-to-face with the man who attacker her again, Kevelighan said emphatically ‘I’d kill that son of a b****.’

Kevelighan recounted the ‘traumatic’ attack in a Walmart parking to FOX2 on Wednesday. She said ‘The way he pushed me, he didn’t care. He was very strong’

Kevelighan showed off the severe bruises she sustained when the man threw her to the ground

After the attack, a witness followed the stolen vehicle for a short ways but eventually lost track of it. 

Police later spotted the two suspects in the area and arrested them.    

The names of the 38-year-old man from Sterling Heights and 41-year-old woman from Lincoln Park are being withheld until their arraignment Thursday.    

The Walmart parking lot where the assault and carjacking occurred is pictured above

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