A man accused of stabbing three people, resulting in the death of two, in the Jamacha-Lomita area last week pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to murder and assault charges.
San Diego Police arrested Micheal Major on May 7 in connection to a stabbing at a Jamacha-Lomita area residence in the 800 block of Carlsbad Avenue around 2:30 A.M.
Paramedics transported the suspect, Micheal Major, to the hospital for injuries suffered during the fight with a 34-year-old man who was pronounced dead at the scene, a 36-year-old man who died of his injuries late in a hospital, and a 24-year-old woman who suffered non-life-threatening wounds.
According to San Dieog Police Lt. Adam Sharki, Investigators found that during a “gathering at the home” a fight broke out and Major allegedly stabbed all of the victims. Deputy District Attorney Kristie Nikoletich said all the parties were known to one another.
Police booked Major on two counts of murder after he had received treatment. Few new details were disclosed during Major's arraignment Wednesday afternoon on charges of murder and assault with a deadly weapon.
Major remains in custody without bail.