Charges Filed Against Homeless Stabber

The Santa Barbara District Attorney’s Office filed charges against Courtney Robinson, the man accused of several attacks on the homeless in the Los Angeles area. Here, Robinson is facing two charges of assault with a deadly weapon for separate attacks alleged to have taken place in June and July. Robinson won’t be in town to face those charges for a while, as he currently is incarcerated in L.A. awaiting hearings on three attempted murder charges.

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