SAN DIEGO — A person accused of stabbing a 59-yr-previous man throughout a struggle in Logan Heights was charged Wednesday with tried homicide and assault with a deadly weapon.
Ryan Baker, 27, is accused in the stabbing that occurred at 1 p.m. Friday in a shed or room hooked up to a storage in the 2900 block of Imperial Avenue, in accordance with San Diego Police Department Officer Robert Heims.
It’s unclear what sparked the battle, Heims stated.
“Officers arrived on scene and found the sufferer with multiple stab wounds and the suspect a couple of ft away mendacity on the ground,” in line with Heims, who stated the sufferer was taken to a hospital. His present situation was unknown.
Baker, who pleaded not guilty to all counts Wednesday afternoon, faces as much as 12 years in state jail if convicted of all counts. Along with tried homicide and assault with a lethal weapon counts, Baker faces a number of sentence-enhancing allegations of inflicting nice bodily damage and utilizing a knife in the alleged attack.
He’s being held in lieu of $500,000 bail and is due again in courtroom Feb. 25 for a readiness conference.