February 29, 2024
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 A 25-year-old man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of stabbing his 61-year-old stepfather to demise of their Rancho Bernardo house after an obvious argument, the San Diego Police Division mentioned Monday.

Pablo Johnson was booked into San Diego Central Jail on Monday on suspicion of first-degree homicide, SDPD Lt. Steve Shebloski mentioned.

The person who was stabbed to demise has been recognized because the suspect’s stepfather, however his title is being withheld pending household notifications.

A neighbor reported to police at 5:52 p.m. Sunday {that a} man had been stabbed at a residence within the 12000 block of Caminito Campana in Rancho Bernardo.

Officers from Northeastern Division arrived on the residence and detained one man who was believed to be the suspect, Shebloski mentioned.

“Officers then discovered the sufferer in a rear bed room affected by a number of stab wounds to his higher physique,” Shebloski mentioned. “Officers carried out life-saving measures till paramedics from the San Diego Hearth-Rescue Division arrived.”

The sufferer’s accidents have been catastrophic, and he was pronounced useless on the scene at 6:54 p.m, the lieutenant mentioned.

San Diego Police Murder Detectives have been known as to the scene and have been investigating the demise. Detectives have realized the case seemed to be a tragic case of household violence, Shebloski mentioned.

The sufferer and suspect lived collectively on the residence with different relations. On the night of the stabbing, they have been concerned in an obvious argument previous the deadly stabbing, Shebloski mentioned.

Johnson was booked into San Diego Central Jail on Monday on suspicion of first-degree homicide. He was scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in Central Division Felony Courtroom and isn’t eligible for launch, based on jail data.

Anybody with details about the stabbing was requested to name the Murder Unit at 619-531-2293 or Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.

— Metropolis Information Service