Garden Grove: First Responders Revive Victim After Violent Stabbing

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05.16.2022 |  6:30 PM | GARDEN GROVE – The victim of a violent stabbing was without a pulse and had stopped breathing before he was revived by first responders, police announced Monday.

The stabbing occurred in the 7900 block of Garden Grove Boulevard when an unknown assailant attacked a local transient without warning around 10:05 PM on Mar. 15, 2022.

The victim was able to flee from the assailant and was later located by sheriff’s deputies suffering major trauma.

Firefighter paramedics revived the victim, who had lost his pulse and was not breathing, before rushing him to an area hospital where he remains in intensive care.

Video reviewed by police showed the assailant stabbing the victim multiple times in his face after approaching him in the bushes of a business.

The suspect was described as an 25-35 year-old male Hispanic standing 5′ 9″ and weighing about 190-200 lbs. The suspect had multiple tattoos and was last seen wearing a black tank top, black jeans, and a black baseball cap with a “Raiders” logo on the front.

Anyone with information regarding the attack is asked to contact Detective Camara at (714) 741-5824.

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