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    16-year-old boy arrested, accused of murder in Fullerton
    • July 6, 2024

    Police on Friday arrested a 16-year-old boy for his alleged involvement in a homicide in Fullerton this week, authorities said.

    Around 6:13 p.m. Wednesday, July 3, two 20-year-old men were found with significant stab wounds on the 2400 block of West Valencia Avenue, the Fullerton Police Department said. Officers immediately began life-saving measures on the two men, officials said. One was taken to a regional trauma center where he was later pronounced dead, while the second man who was taken to a local hospital is expected to survive.

    Fullerton detectives were able to develop several leads to identify a suspect, a department press release said.

    On Friday, July 5, detectives arrested the 16-year-old male juvenile, who was taken to Orange County Juvenile Hall where he was booked on suspicion of murder, officials said. Because of his age, no additional information will be released.

    The investigation is ongoing. The department asked anyone with information about the stabbing to contact Detective L. Ramirez at 714-738-5334 or information can be shared anonymously by calling Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855-TIP-OCCS or at

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    ​ Orange County Register