A homeless man from Santa Barbara accused of brutally stabbing three transients in Los Angeles County, and then attaching notes to them called “death warrants” is set to be arraigned in court today.
Courtney Anthony Robinson was charged yesterday with three counts of attempted murder with the use of a knife, and great bodily injury.
After a big media campaign to find him, Robinson turned himself in the LAPD officers last Friday night.
Santa Barbara Police are also calling Robinson a “person of interest” in a pair of stabbings involving homeless men in Santa Barbara.
KCLU’s Lance Orozco has more on the ongoing investigations in both Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara.
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