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Monday, 19 July 2010

Gang member arrested in Anaheim stabbing | L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times


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Gang member arrested in Anaheim stabbing | L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times: "Alfredo Gonzalez, whom police described as a “documented” gang member, was arrested without incident about 11:38 a.m in the restroom at a Carl’s Jr. restaurant in the 1200 block of North Harbor Boulevard, said Anaheim Police Sgt. Rick Martinez. He was to be booked on a charge of attempted murder, Martinez added.
Police had been looking for Gonzalez since Saturday morning, when witnesses reported seeing the 70-year-old woman stabbed in the head and ears as she stood in front of her house in the 2500 block of West Gramercy Avenue, Martinez said.
“The lady is on her porch and the guy starts attacking her,” said Martinez. The woman, who was not named, remains hospitalized with what Martinez described as “serious” but not life-threatening injuries. “This guy’s been on the run since then,” he said.
Martinez said it took police only four minutes to reach the restaurant and make the arrest after Gonzalez’s relative called the department. He said police have not identified a motive for the attack"


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