Former Vancouver chiropractor charged with stabbing of kids in Florida
Former Vancouver chiropractor Trevor Hooper Kilian has been charged with attempted murder in the stabbings of two children in Naples, Fla.
According to an arrest report provide by the Collier County Sheriff’s Office, on the night of Sept. 14 authorities received a call from a woman who said that Kilian, 47, had just stabbed two children in their home. Collier County deputies arrived and found two kids with stab wounds. They were immediately taken to hospital.
Kilian was found in the master bedroom with “self-inflicted lacerations,” and a knife was found nearby.
The unidentified woman told police that the family had moved from Canada to Naples recently due to “financial hardships.”
She explained that Kilian had been using synthetic cannabis “for some time,” and had stopped using it two weeks before the stabbings. Since stopping his use of the synthetic cannabis, the woman said that Kilian had been acting abnormally and having manic episodes. She told police that on the night of the stabbings they had watched TV and gone to bed at around 9 p.m. Shortly after 10 p.m., he got up and left the bedroom.