An armed and harmful suspect needed in reference to a violent stabbing in Claremont earlier this week was arrested on Sunday.
Officers with the Claremont Police Division responded to 200 West First Avenue, a Metrolink Station, at round 4 p.m. on October 23 on stories of the stabbing. The suspect, now recognized as 41-year-old Phillip Borunda, had already fled the scene when police arrived.
Los Angeles police positioned Borunda at a practice platform in Hollywood and arrested him for tried murder. He was booked on the Claremont Police Division Jail and is being held with out bail. He is because of seem on the Pomona Superior Courtroom on Tuesday.