SUISUN CITY, CA - A Fairfield woman, who was stabbed multiple times, identified the murder suspect moments before she died.
Police said Lorena Martinez, 30, was brutally stabbed inside an apartment in the 1300 block of Worley Road Tuesday night.
She made it outside to the next apartment and knocked on Wayne Robinson's door for help.
"She was covered in blood, laying down right in front of my walkway and she had a lot of stab wounds," Robinson said.
He called police.
As Martinez lay dying she told them her killer was a man named Victor Mejia Campos. She was in Campos' apartment when they had a fight. But Campos was nowhere to be found.
Police are trying to determine the exact nature of Campos and Martinez's relationship.
Martinez was married and had a 5-year-old son. She was a preschool teacher in Fairfield.
"She was the best. She was the one. Everything for me," Martinez's husband Jorge Lozada said. "It's been really hard. No one expects someone you love so much is taken away from you."
While police still don't have a motive, they said there was rage in the attack.
One of Martinez's friends said Mejia Campos was obsessed with her and would not leave her alone.
Her husband said he has no clue who Campos is and why his wife was there that night.
"The answers are not going to change anything. She is already gone," Lozada said. "I'm very grateful to have her for the time I have her. And to have my son."
After the stabbing, police think Campos stole Martinez's car. It was found abandoned some 20 miles away on the Benicia-Martinez bridge later that night.
Police said it's possible he may have jumped into the water, but they have no evidence of that.