The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Lompoc man in connection with an attempted murder in Camarillo last week. Deputies were called to a location in Camarillo to investigate a stabbing. When they arrived, they discovered a male victim with numerous stab wounds to his head and neck. The victim, who suffered serious injuries, was transported to a local hospital for treatment.
Attempted murder suspect has no ties to Ventura County
Deputies discovered evidence at the crime scene that allowed them to identify 32 year-old Bobby Arellano, of Lompoc, as a suspect in the attempted murder. Deputies later located Arellano at an address in Lompoc and arrested him on suspicion of attempted murder. The crime occurred in Arellano’s vehicle while the pair was traveling on Highway 101. Following the investigation, deputies determined that neither the victim nor the suspect has ties to Camarillo or Ventura County. Arellano was arraigned on attempted murder charges and is being held in lieu of a $550,000 bond.
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Judges and prosecutors in Ventura County know Mr. Helfend as an enthusiastic and spirited criminal defense attorney, who fights tirelessly for his clients’ rights. Experience is essential in an attempted murder defense, and you risk everything by working with an inexperienced criminal defense attorney. If you’re facing an attempted murder charge in Los Angeles, don’t wait! Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (310) 456-3317, (818) 591-2809 or (805) 273-5611 for an immediate consultation on your Los Angeles County attempted murder case.
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