Beaumont Stabbing Suspect Arrested

The incident occurred Thursday night. Both the suspect and victim fled the scene of the crime.

A Beaumont man was arrested Friday morning on suspicion of attempted murder.

Beaumont police responded to a call at 9:08 p.m. on Thursday of a fight between several people at a residence on Michigan Avenue near Oak Valley Parkway, according to Beaumont Police spokeswoman Darci Mulvihill. The fight was the result of a child custody dispute.

Officers determined that a man had been stabbed, but both the suspect and the stabbing victim fled the scene. The Beaumont Police Department and Riverside County Sheriff's Department then began a sweep of the surrounding area, eventually locating the injured man in Cherry Valley near Brookside Avenue and Noble Street.

The search continued for the suspect, who had been identified as 20-year-old Mario Juarez. At around 10:30 a.m. Friday officers located Juarez while assisting Child Protective Services on a check up of the house on Michigan Avenue, said Mulvihill.

The stabbing victim was transported to the hospital with serious injuries.

The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is being asked to call the Beaumont Police Department at 951-769-8500. Crime tips can be reported anonymously at 800-78-CRIME.

Matthew Schoenmann August 27, 2012 at 04:16 PM
Please watch the language. Thank you.
ATC August 27, 2012 at 04:22 PM
Washy, don't assume that I know nothing about the area because I don't currently live near there. I actually grew up in Beaumont and went to school there. I know the trailer park very well, thank you. In fact my father in law, who used to operate a tree trimming business, did many jobs there over the years, both inside and along the frontage, and I occasionally helped him with those jobs. If only 5-10 out of 150+ homes there are the problem, then you have the numbers to fight. EVERYONE needs to step up, and drive the lowlifes out. You claim that you want BPD to step up patrols and enforcement, yet you constantly badmouth them, even when they do show up. Kinda counter-productive, don't you think?
Greg M August 27, 2012 at 04:33 PM
Julia -- EXACTLY. Life is what you make of it...bless you for your positive outlook. And washy (let me quote you) you said -- "I am done with you and this conversation". And yet, you continue to go on. I cant believe I already wasted this much time reading about you guys arguing. This blog has deteriorated to about as low as it can go. Its obvious to all that your viewpoint is quite tainted, and I dont think any amount of further posting is going to change that. You have wasted hours on here spewing negativity-- just think if you had taken that time and applied it in a positive direction...you might have ACTUALLY made a difference. Grow up. I want the 30 wasted minutes of my life back....
Mariana Zuelsdorf August 27, 2012 at 07:09 PM
Thank you, Matthew, for saying that!
Mariana Zuelsdorf August 28, 2012 at 12:24 AM
Washy, I'm certainly not writing off the mobile home community and I am so very sorry about your neighbor. No one, of any age, should be that scared!


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