Livermore Police Suspect Road Rage In Fatal Stabbing

LIVERMORE, Calif. (AP) — Livermore police say a 41-year-old man been arrested on suspicion of homicide after another man was fatally stabbed in what may be an incident of road rage.

Police Capt. Steve Gallagher says Cort Holbrook was arrested after the confrontation Wednesday afternoon in a Livermore parking lot.

Authorities say two men got out of their cars and appeared to argue before one was stabbed in the midsection.

Gallagher says the victim drove himself to the hospital and later died from his injuries.

The victim, whose name was not released, was in his late 40s.

Gallagher says Holbrook appeared to have an abrasion on his face but refused medical treatment. At the scene, investigators found a knife they believe was used in the stabbing.

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  1. Tax Payer says:

    Well hey, at least a gun wasnt used in the crime. Of course if the stupid assailant had one, he’d probably used it. What a dumb@$$. Now there is one person dead and of course there’s going to be a long expensive trial that we tax payers are probably going to have to foot the bill. Real nice huh?

  2. old fart says:

    Takes a real coward to stab someone thats why you carry a knife cause your a coward. If you want to be tough go fight Brock Lessner.

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