The stabbing happened on East 7th Street, near Roycroft Avenue but the suspects were arrested near 4th Street and Rose Avenue.
Detectives don’t know if there is a relationship between the victim and suspect, but they believe this was an isolated incident, according to a news release.
Police arrested a man suspected of stabbing the victim on Monday night.
The woman had been in an argument with a man in a home near Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and Seventh Street before he stabbed her, police said.
The victim was already in a local hospital being treated when police responded to a report of a possible stabbing.
The man and a woman were stealing clothing from the Marshalls when the employee tried to stop them around 9 p.m. Monday, police said.
The two women were participating in a homeless shower program Saturday morning run by St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.
The victims wounds are non-life threatening, police said.
A man “full of anger” stabbed, slashed and robbed his way across two Orange County cities in a bloody rampage, authorities said.
Long Beach police surrounded a home today thinking they had a man cornered inside until he showed up at a local hospital, according to authorities.