Milwaukee man stabbed to death on way home from bible study

There are no suspects in custody
Posted at 10:17 PM, Oct 05, 2016
MILWAUKEE -- Herman Davis, 74, was stabbed on his way home from Bible study with his wife Tuesday night.
The incident happened at approximately 7:30 p.m. near 23rd Street and Capitol Drive.
While his family tries to make sense of this horrible crime, Milwaukee police are searching for who did it.
Felicia Givens said her father was a man everyone loved. That's why it's so hard to believe anyone would hurt him. 
"His life is gone, for what?" Givens said. "He's never done anything to anybody. He worked hard all his life. He's been an upstanding citizen. Nothing, he's done nothing to deserve this."
Givens got a panicked call from her mother saying her father wasn't breathing.
"When I got there, he was in the car bleeding out," Givens said. 
According to Givens, her parents were pulling into the alley behind their home near 23rd and Capitol, but some young men were blocking it. Her father got out to ask them to move. An argument ensued and he was stabbed.
As Davis got back in his truck, his wife of more than 50 years called for help. He died a few hours later at the hospital.
"He was a loving father," Givens said. "A man who took care of his family. A man who loved the Lord. A man who prayed every single morning with his wife."
Givens can't believe she'll never get to see her father's face or hear his voice again.
"The thing I'll miss the most is hearing him say 'Hi Sweetie' whenever I call the house," she said. "I wish I could hear him one last time. I wish I could say goodbye."
Knowing the person who stabbed him is still out there, breaks her heart even more.
"It's just horrible," she said. "I would ask whoever did this to turn yourself in. Let justice run its course. Do what's right."
Because it was dark outside when it happened, Davis' wife did not get a good look at any of the suspects. If you know anything about this crime, you are urged to call Milwaukee police.