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Crime 4 stabbing attacks in less than 5 hours during crime spree in SE Houston

14:10  03 december  2019
14:10  03 december  2019 Source:   abc13.com

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The spree stretched for two hours , during which time police received calls reporting armed robberies at multiple sites. The motive in at least some of the attacks was believed to be robbery, but police Whitney said the crime spree started shortly after 4 p.m. when Garden Grove police were called to

Zachary Castaneda allegedly went on a stabbing spree Wednesday night, according Garden Grove police. There were at least eight crime scenes in Garden Grove and Whitney said Castaneda killed one person during a robbery at a Subway restaurant before going across the street to the 7-Eleven.

Police believe a fourth stabbing attack may be connected to three other incidents in southeast Houston.

a group of people riding on the back of a car: Police investigating stabbing attacks near Brays Bayou© Provided by ABC 13 Houston Police investigating stabbing attacks near Brays Bayou

Authorities began their investigation Monday night, when two men were stabbed during an attempted robbery on Redwood. About 30 minutes later, the second incident happened near the Gulf Freeway close to Brays Bayou, where the victim was stabbed several times in the face and robbed.

The third incident reportedly happened around 7 p.m. on Tipps Street where a man was jogging through Mason Park when the two suspects approached him, stabbed him and robbed him.

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A 33-year-old man went on a deadly crime spree Wednesday in Southern California, fatally stabbing four people and injuring two others in what appeared to be a random, hate-fueled series of attacks over three hours before he was arrested, the police said.

The commissioner also said three people were injured during the attack and that they were being treated in hospital. In June 2017, a terrorist attack on London Bridge occurred when a van was deliberately driven into pedestrians before the attackers went on a stabbing spree in nearby pubs

The fourth incident happened at Beatty Street around 10:45 p.m. Monday. Police say the victim was stabbed in the head and robbed at an apartment complex in the area.

The suspects are described as Hispanic males. Police haven't elaborated on their descriptions.

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