Stockton Stabbing Suspect Turns Self In
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STOCKTON, Calif. (CBS13) – The last outstanding suspect in a Saturday morning murder has turned himself in to authorities, police said.
The Stockton Police Department said 25-year-old Marcus McCliman called police Sunday morning and asked for officers to pick him up for the alleged murder of 26-year-old J.J. Lewis, who was stabbed to death outside a bar on Weber Avenue Saturday morning.
Police had already arrested 22-year-old Dorjan Lyndell Daniels and 25-year-old Djuane Nunely shortly after the incident.
A woman was also hurt in the incident but is expected to recover.
The murder took place near the scene of a restaurant shootout last Thursday, but investigators said there is no indication that the events are related.