OCEANSIDE, Calif. – Two males remained jailed Tuesday, one on suspicion of first-diploma homicide and one other for tried homicide, in reference to the stabbing of three teenagers, together with a 17-yr-previous boy who was killed earlier this month in Oceanside.
Coryell Constantine Taylor, 37, was arrested by Oceanside police and booked Thursday night into the San Diego Central Jail on suspicion of first- diploma homicide and two counts of tried first-diploma homicide, based on jail data. He was being held in lieu of $three million bail.
Richard Torres, forty eight, was arrested by Oceanside police and booked Wednesday into the Vista Detention Middle on suspicion of tried first- diploma homicide and assault with a lethal weapon, jail data confirmed. His bail was $750,000.
The duo’s expenses stem from a stabbing assault Oct. 21 within the four hundred block of San Luis Rey Drive, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported. The stabbing left an 18-yr-previous man and 17-yr-previous boy with minor accidents, however a 3rd sufferer, additionally 17, was taken to a hospital in important situation and died 24 hours later.
That sufferer has been recognized by family and friends as Alan Sandoval, an Oceanside Excessive Faculty graduate who would have turned 18 this week, in response to a Go Fund Me web page.
“Alan Sandoval handed away … (as a) results of being a sufferer of a violent crime,” learn a message on the Go Fund Me web page. “He all the time cared about his household (and) he leaves behind his mom, sisters and brother. He had an excellent coronary heart (and was) all the time prepared to assist others in want.”
A sister informed the Union-Tribune that Sandoval deliberate to attend group school and hoped to grow to be a firefighter.
Oceanside police final week launched a sketch of a “individual of curiosity” within the slaying and requested for the general public’s assist to determine and find that individual; Taylor and Torres don’t match the person described within the police bulletin. Detectives didn’t launch details about the arrests or another particulars concerning the case, together with a attainable motive.