The attack happened at 1059 Pacific Avenue, which is the location of the Palms Motel, according to police records.
A trio of attackers stabbed a 28-year-old man and then took his car during a drug deal that turned violent Monday night in Central Long Beach, according to police.
The victim and suspect knew each other, police said, but did not further elaborate on the relationship.
The victim was stabbed in his upper body just before 8 p.m. on Oct. 10 after being physically assaulted by two women he did not know, police said.
Police found the victim with stab wounds to his upper body and paramedics transported him to a local hospital in critical but stable condition.
Police were able to find the scene of the attack, but they haven’t been able to determine a motive or find the attacker.
The victim was stabbed after confronting a man who he fought with the day before, authorities said.
Authorities said family members had discovered the body of 41-year-old Hernan Cortez inside his motorhome near Harbor Avenue and 15th Street on July 6, 2018.
He was walking when he was approached by someone he didn’t know who attacked him, according to police.
Both victims were having a verbal argument outside a business when the suspect attacked them with a sharp object.