A man accused of fatally stabbing a woman on Hollywood Blvd. after she refused to give him money for a picture she took with her cell phone was ordered to stand trial for murder Tuesday.
A woman’s fatal stabbing on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame may have been prevented if there had not been several systemic failures in the Los Angeles County Probation Department.
The man charged with stabbing a 23-year-old woman to death in front of a popular tourist attraction on Hollywood Blvd. was a parolee who had been released under the state’s prison realignment program, a county official said Tuesday.
Friends and family held a candlelight vigil Monday for the woman stabbed to death while taking a picture at a popular Hollywood tourist attraction.
Suspects in a Hollywood stabbing murder were interviewed two weeks ago as part of a documentary a filmmaker was putting together on LA’s homeless population.
Three transients accused of fatally stabbing a 27-year-old Lynwood woman near Hollywood & Highland were scheduled to be arraigned Friday morning.