PALMDALE – Two people were stabbed in Palmdale Monday night, one critically, and a possible suspect was taken into custody, authorities said.
Deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Palmdale station were called to the 41000 block of Sequoia Avenue at 10:50 p.m. Monday, April 3, where they learned that someone stabbed a man and a woman at the location, Deputy Tracy Koerner told City News Service.
The victims were taken to a hospital for treatment of stab wounds. A possible suspect was detained by deputies Tuesday morning, according to a report from the scene.
Authorities did not immediately confirm the report.
4 comments for "Two people hospitalized in Palmdale stabbing"
In New York City when crime was really out of control they began to cite things like graffiti and began aggressively enforcing vehicle codes – tint, illegal wheel configurations, illegal raising of suspension, excessive noise, and reckless driving.
Just by doing this they saw a slow decline in all crimes that snowballed and created an environment friendly to business and attractive to people with higher incomes and education. Property values soared.
What I see every time I’m driving in Palmdale a cars with illegal tint – even on the windshield, unsafe suspensions and wheel configurations possible useful in an unpaved canyon but not necessary and borderline dangerous on the street.
When’s the last time you saw a sheriff actually pull someone over for speeding or excessive noise?
I got pulled over for allegedly speeding 3 days ago.
NY, and los angeles two different beast sir. what works for one will not work for the other I promise you what you just explained would not work on this west coast…………
Steven Galvan says
Yeah this individual stabbed his parents as they slept. Pretty sad. Had his brother not stepped in both of the parents would have been killed.