A man was stabbed to death in North Long Beach Saturday afternoon after an apparent dispute between him and a suspect, police said.
“The preliminary investigation suggests the victim was driving the suspect in a car on Linden Avenue when the suspect launched an attack on the victim,” the LBPD said in a statement.
There was no known relationship between the victim and the suspect, according to police.
Police said they believe the stabbing could have resulted from a dispute the two were having.
The man later died at the hospital.
The man was found along an abandoned railway. Investigators think he lived in a nearby homeless encampment.
Henry Cunningham, 66, was booked into jail on suspicion of murdering his wife after a domestic dispute, authorities said.
A woman was stabbed to death and her spouse was detained in Compton about a mile north of the Long Beach border, authorities said.
Police urged anyone with information about the stabbing to call homicide detectives at (310) 412-5246 or the anonymous hotline (888) 41-CRIME.
Long Beach police have released video footage of a car that hit a pedestrian before the driver got out and stabbed the man to death in California Heights, according to authorities.