" Police Arrest Transient In 2020 Fatal Stabbing Of Transient, Ocean Blvd/Promenade North
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Police Arrest Transient In 2020 Fatal Stabbing Of Transient, Ocean Blvd/Promenade North

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(May 6, 2021, 6:55 p.m.) -- LBPD has arrested and booked a transient on suspicion of murdering a transient in an Oct. 6, 2020 stabbing on Ocean Blvd/the Promenade North.

In a release, LBPD says that on May 6, its Special Investigation Detectives located and arrested Charles Ray Jones, 44, descrbed as "experiencing homelessness in Long Beach." They found him on the 100 block of the Promenade. LBPD booked him on one count of suspicion of murder. He's currently being held in the LB City Jail on $2,000,000 bail.

LBPD has identified the homicide victim as Nilton Cardoso, 41, likewise "an individual experiencing homelessness in Long Beach."

"Cardoso and Jones were known to each other and may have been involved in a dispute when the assault occurred," LBPD says in a release. "The investigation remains active as detectives determine whether more persons were involved in the attack."










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