Obsessed Man Kills Co-Worker Who Refused to Date Him, Cops Say

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A Florida man who had a romantic obsession with a coworker is now being charged with murder after allegedly showing up at the woman's house and stabbing her before tearing his shirt and stabbing himself, authorities said.
Delfina Pan, a 28-year-old aspiring designer, was found dead in Miami Beach Monday night after her shift at the Kansas Bar and Grill where she worked with Agustin Lucas Mariani, the 20-year-old bartender now charged with the second allegation . Murder related to her murder.
The emergency services arrived at around 6:30 p.m. in front of Pan's apartment. Mariani, bloody from a self-inflicted stab wound on the upper body, lying on the body of his colleague, according to an arrest report by the Miami Herald.
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Mariani had repeatedly tried to develop a romantic relationship with Pan, who rejected his advances, authorities said after interviews with friends and coworkers familiar with his overtures.
Pan was pronounced dead after the two were transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where Mariani is in recovery.
The restaurant manager told police that Pan ended her shift early on the day she was murdered and that Mariani left shortly after the 28-year-old left, even though he was supposed to work twice until 11:30 p.m.
Police said they found a knife on the scene that matched the description of an item missing in the restaurant.
Pan's neighbor, who had identified the alleged murderer of the young woman with a snake, told police that Mariani "arrived at the victim's apartment uncharged and was waiting for her there".
After Pan arrived, Mariani allegedly asked to be invited to her apartment to speak, and when she refused, "he took out a knife and began stabbing the victim without being provoked," it says Arrest report.
After Mariani allegedly stabbed his love interest, he ripped off his shirt before stabbing himself in the chest, the witness told police.
Miami Beach Police have been followed by criticism of their handling of Pan's brutal death after failing to provide specific information about the fatal knife wounds and suggesting on Twitter that "preliminary information suggests this incident is domestic".
It wasn't until Thursday night that authorities revealed what allegedly happened before Pan's death - including Mariani's violent reaction to Pan's refusal to request that he come to her apartment for a chat.
Pan, a native of Argentina, was an aspiring graphic designer who lived with a childhood friend after moving to Miami Beach two years ago, friends told the Herald.
Police said Pan's friends and co-workers described Mariani's apparent obsession with Pan, adding that he repeatedly proclaimed a love for her that lasted months before his advances became fatal. Pan had gently rejected his advances, these acquaintances said, for fear of angering him.
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