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Suspect arrested in deadly downtown L.A. Metro stabbing

Authorities with the Los Angeles Police Division introduced the arrest of a suspect in reference to the deadly stabbing of a 23-year-old man on a Metro practice late final week.  

The lethal encounter occurred on Sept. 7 round 5:20 p.m. Transit Providers Division Officers had been on the platform on the station after they had been alerted to the stabbing, which occurred on the Metro B (Purple) Line practice, in accordance with an LAPD information launch.

L.A. County Metro safety seen outdoors Metro’s Pershing Sq. station in downtown L.A. the place a stabbing occurred on Sept. 7, 2023. (KTLA)

Officers positioned the sufferer, recognized as Jesse Rodriguez, who was affected by a stab wound. They tried to render support till medical personnel with the Los Angeles Fireplace Division responded and took the 23-year-old to the hospital, the place he later died of his accidents.  

On Sept. 8, police launched a photograph of the suspect, now recognized as Randy Nash.  

LAPD released an image of a man wanted in connection with the fatal stabbing of a man riding a Metro train in downtown Los Angeles on Sept. 7, 2023.
LAPD launched a picture of a person wished in reference to the deadly stabbing of a person driving a Metro practice in downtown Los Angeles on Sept. 7, 2023.

In response to police, the suspect approached the sufferer on the practice and “with out warning or provocation” allegedly stabbed him within the higher torso after which fled the station on foot.  

Nash was arrested on Sept. 9 simply after 9 p.m. within the 1000 block of West 85th Avenue, within the L.A. neighborhood of Vermont Knolls. He was booked on suspicion of homicide and is being held on $2 million bail, police mentioned.

Anybody with details about this incident is urged to contact LAPD’s Central Bureau Murder Detective Sharman or Detective Gonzales at 213-996-4142. These wishing to stay nameless can name L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477 or submit ideas on-line at L.A. Crime Stoppers.

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