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Police arrest juvenile responsible for July 9 Oxnard stabbing


The Oxnard Police say they have identified and arrested the suspect responsible for the July 9 stabbing in Oxnard on the 2900 block of Saviers Road.

The Department’s Enforcement Unit arrested the 17-year old Oxnard resident and took him to the Juvenile Justice Facility on a charge of attempted murder.


A stabbing victim is in stable condition Tuesday morning after he was attacked in Oxnard Monday night.

The victim was stabbed multiple times and is recovering at the Ventura County Medical Center after undergoing emergency surgery, police said.

Police are now searching for a suspect they describe as a 19-year-old Hispanic male, 5-feet 8-inches tall with a medium build, wearing black shorts and black shoes.

The incident was reported just before 11:00 p.m. Monday on the 2900 block of Saviers Road.

Call police if you have any information.

Oxnard police are investigating a stabbing that has left one man with significant injuries Monday night, according to police.

It happened just before 11:00 p.m. Monday on the 2900 block Saviers Road and Channel Islands Boulevard.

The victim in his 20’s was taken to the hospital and underwent emergency surgeries. His condition is unknown at this time.

Police have not released a description of the attackers they are looking for.

The events that led up to the stabbing is still under investigation.

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