A pair of teenagers told a 50-year-old woman in Red Bluff that they hate homeless people as they stabbed her dozens of times in broad daylight, according to police. Last Tuesday at 5:45PM in the afternoon Rosie Lander was in her tent in an open space near Crosby Lane and Spyglass Drive when she heard footsteps. She yelled at whomever was outside to leave, but the two of them instead attacked her with a large knife. Rosie fought back, but she suffered about 40 stab wounds and lacerations before they fled. She was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital with life threatening injuries, but Red Bluff Police say she made some “keen observations” during the attack that led detectives to 18-year-old Chuslum Buckskin and a 14-year-old accomplice. On Monday a search warrant was served at Buckskin’s home, where police say evidence from the crime was recovered and he was arrested. The 14-year-old was arrested elsewhere. Both are charged with attempted murder. Rosie has been discharged from the hospital.