Police finally arrest the two suspects accused of stabbing a California homeless man

28 days ago

California police arrested Saturday two suspects accused of stabbing a homeless man after investigators had offering $50G reward for tips leading to catch them.

According to the Los Angles Police Department, Fred Scott Johnson, 28, was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder and Savannah McKinley, 28, on suspicion of accessory to murder after the crime. A surveillance video of the Nov. 6 murder has been released showing a man wearing a light gray hooded sweatshirt walking up to Hernando Perez and stabbing him. After the victim fell to the ground, the killer plunged the knife into his body several times before running away with a black backpack.

Police said that the suspect's bail was set at $2 million each.