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Old 02-27-2019, 05:44 AM
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Suspect Goes On Stabbing Spree In Huntington Beach
February 26, 2019 at 5:36 pm

HUNTINGTON BEACH (CBSLA) A night of fun ended in an emergency room after a man who is believed to be homeless allegedly stabbed two men at a popular bar in Huntington Beach.

I felt something on my neck, sticking on my neck, and I went up, and I saw him, said stabbing victim Brian McCullough.

Police are investigating after the bizarre double stabbing Monday night at The Cliffs, a neighborhood bar and hang out on 17th Street.

The crime scene stretched a mile away to Dog Beach near Goldenwest Street, where police say a woman was attacked by the same man who is accused of stabbing the two patrons watching a basketball game at the bar.

Were watching the Lakers game, and we hadnt had not a clue. He just all of a sudden come up, and shanked [him] in the neck, said witness Brad Bermingham.

A 70-year-old local man needs surgery for his neck wounds, according to witnesses.

McCullough got 22 stitches in his hand. Witnesses say they recognized the suspect as a homeless man who has been in the area.

McCullough said his attacker asked him for a cigarette outside of the bar a few minutes before the stabbing.

I was kind of scared, and thought, My god, Im dead,' he said. I thought he pushed so hard and sliced my hand, and I could feel it, there was a hole in my neck. I kept asking, Is my neck cut, is my neck cut?'

McCullough was able to block the suspect from getting to his neck, but he said the other victim was stabbed at the bar area.

Patrons then chased the suspect down the street.

Huntington Beach police have identified the suspect as 25-year-old Lamont Waters. He has been booked for attempted murder and other charges against the third victim, who used mace to get the suspect away
from her.


Results for booking number: 3103148

Date of Birth: 09-09-1993 Next Appearance Date: 02-27-2019
Sex: Male Next Appearance Court: CENTRAL JAIL COURT
Race: Black Custody Status: In Custody
Height: 5' 08" Bail Amount: $500,000.00
Weight: 150 Arrested on: 02-25-2019
Hair Color: Black Housing Location: Intake Release Center (Men)
Eye Color: Brown
Occupation: UMEMPLOYED
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Man charged in stabbings of 2 men and assault on woman in Huntington Beach

Feb 28, 2019 | 4:55 PM

A man faces multiple felony charges in the stabbings of two patrons at a downtown Huntington Beach bar and an assault on a woman on the beach afterward, according to police and court documents.

Lamont Waters, 25, of New Jersey
was arraigned Wednesday on six felony charges and five felony enhancement allegations, including two counts each of attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon in the stabbings.

Officers responded to the Cliffs bar in the 400 block of 17th Street at about 7:20 p.m. Monday and found two Huntington Beach men with stab wounds, according to the Police Department.

A 70-year-old victim suffered a neck wound and was taken to a hospital in serious condition. The other victim, 68, suffered a hand wound and also was transported to the hospital for treatment, police said. The man with the neck injury remained in serious condition Thursday
, police said.

The attacker fled on foot toward the beach, where a woman was assaulted near Goldenwest Street and Pacific Coast Highway, police said. She was uninjured.

Waters was charged with attempted sexual assault and assault with a deadly weapon in connection with that attack.

Waters was found on the beach near lifeguard Tower 24 near Goldenwest Street, where he surrendered, police said.

He was booked into Orange County Jail with bail set at $565,000, according to police and jail records.

He has not entered a plea. He is scheduled to be back in court March 15.
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