Edmonds man, suspected of stabbing 2, arrested in California

EDMONDS — An arrest has been made in a July 9 stabbing in Edmonds.

Marco Vicente-Dominguez, 24, was wanted for investigation of second-degree attempted murder. A judge has approved $1 million bail as part of his warrant.

The victims, two men in their 30s, spent days in the hospital, Edmonds police reported. They were roommates of the suspect.

A $1,000 reward for tips was posted earlier this week.

Edmonds police had information that placed Vicente-Dominguez in Pasadena, California.

“After working with law enforcement agencies in that region, they were able to locate him” on Thursday evening, Edmonds police Sgt. Shane Hawley said.

The stabbings happened at the Horizon Park Apartments on 208th Street SW. The violence allegedly was prompted by the roommates insulting the suspect while they were drinking together, according to court records. The nature of the insult was not disclosed.

Vicente-Dominguez was considered armed and dangerous. He may have been trying to return to Mexico.

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