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Three Arrested in Stabbing Near Mast Park

Details are emerging about the stabbing outside an apartment complex near Mast Park on Friday.

Two juveniles and one adult were arrested after  incident near Mast Park, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said in a report obtained on Monday.

Two young males were stabbed after a reported disturbance near on Friday night at about 8 p.m., Lieutenant Jim Duffy said.

The suspects fled into the park as deputies searched the area. City paramedics and firefighters responded to treat the victims at Stoyer Road and Carlton Hills Boulevard, said Richard Mattock, Santee Deputy .

Two juveniles were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon likely to cause great bodily injury. The weapon was described only as a "lethal cutting instrument" in the report, according to the report.

Those suspected in the incident were arrested at Carlton Oaks Drive around 9 p.m. that same evening.

The juveniles names were not released because of their age. Christopher Acevez 19, was also arrested and booked into County Jail in downtown San Diego, according to the report. He has since been released.

One of the victims, 19, was still hospitalized on Monday morning with injuries described as "severe."

The other victim, 18, was stabbed three times. He was walking with the assistance of canes when briefly interviewed outside the Santee station on Monday morning. He said that he did nothing to provoke the attack that occurred in an apartment complex on the 9300 block of Carlton Oaks Drive, as they were leaving, he said. 

He also said he is seeking a restraining order against one of the parties involved because they won't leave him alone.

In a message sent to Santee Patch, a woman who said she is the mother of one of the juveniles involved in "this terrible crime" mentions a group who refer to themselves as the "Scum Click [sic] Gang" as being involved in this attack.

Inquiries about the incident were referred to a sergeant with the East County Regional Gangs Task Force who did not immediately return a telephone call seeking comment.

SanteeCrimeFree April 04, 2011 at 04:38 AM
Funny I was standing right there when it was said. You deserve the misinformed card pal.
crimestopper April 04, 2011 at 05:10 AM
fedup, you talk about all these facts, yet I see no police report on the family selling drugs, nor smoking drugs, nor the supposed harassing of a boy and his gender. hmmm nor the assault of a boy by two other boys. If you have all these facts, then you are just as guilty for not protecting your neighborhood from these so-called gangsters, drug dealers, gender bangers, users and assaulter s. boy, I think the neighborhood feels safe knowing that you with all your knowledge jumped right away to the local authorities to prevent from gender boys to get harassed or jumped. I know I would feel safe if I lived at those apartments knowing that you and all your FACTS helped bust all those drug dealers. Thanks to you and all your facts, kids can now walk the streets safe from gangsters and gangs because you shared your facts with gang task force. Oh, and I bet your friend was very thankful when you ran to the sheriffs to notify them of the potheads blowing their pot smoke through their window.....We need to talk....I represent my local neighborhood watch.....I smell it, i call it... I see it, i call it, i witness it, i call it. I help prove it in court....Then it becomes fact....
doogiehowser April 04, 2011 at 05:21 AM
lol,,,dude where exactly where you standing at. the only people i saw was the mom the dad and some skinny white guy. unless you were an officer you were nowhere near this family,,,not even the manager was aloud to be there. she was across the street. is that where you were.....
crimestopper April 04, 2011 at 05:38 AM
Okay, now that we heard from so called experts like fed up and david and crimefree and kathy and so on...the real crime is us not using our local authorities. As a member of neighborhood watch, the authorities work with you closer. If you guys are serious about cleaning your apartments, thats the way to go. Let the court system deal with the incident that happened. Leave the manager alone. You guys keep bombing him/her with accusations that are just accusations. As a manager, I can tell you that I am not allowed to evict anyone. The authority comes from upstairs. All I can do is report. I will tell all of you that reside there, feel at ease. I almost can guarantee you that this incident just bought you, at least a security guard or two. Depending how big your complex is. So, instead of holding all your evidence or (supposed) facts until something like this happens, call the local authorities. Write down time, date who, what, where. And get descriptions; clothes, scars, tatooes, hair color....and so on....Oh, by the way. when you do sign up as a community, you get these real nice noticeable signs to put at your apartments warning criminals that they are being watched...
SanteeCrimeFree April 04, 2011 at 05:45 AM
Lets just say I was closer then you. I was at the right place at the wrong time.
fedupresident April 04, 2011 at 05:53 AM
y'know we do call the cops, but unfortunately by the time they get here the kids are gone. As you may well know if we tried to restrain them we ( the adults would be commiting an assault on a child, even for a citizens arrest.) The Manager has been told, it is like talking to a brick wall. I never said the "pot smoke was being blown through their window" I said the pot smoke goes into a friend of mine's window. You shouldn't change peoples words, make your credibilty questionable. I've had the cops @ my house plenty after reporting what I've seen. I've called Manager and informed her of incidents. I am doing what should be done. And are you saying the Manager has shown you police reports? Why would you see those police reports? Do you work with Management? Because I've never been shown police reports either. I didn't know we were privy to that?
SanteeCrimeFree April 04, 2011 at 06:01 AM
I completely agree crimestopper, but when we do turn these people in bad things happen to cars or personal property so most people in this community are afraid to speek out including me.
Kathy April 04, 2011 at 06:07 AM
crimestopper, maybe you should go back and read all of my postings. If you had, then you would of read where I gave advice for the residents to contact HUD, the Property Owner, Sheriffs Department and CPS. This is the proper legal steps for these residents to proceed to ensure their safety. As a matter of fact, I have been setting up Neighborhood Watch Programs for over 30 years, so perhaps I could teach you a thing or two. Please do not talk down to these residents that have to live in unsafe conditions, unless you personally live in their right now. You have NO idea what these residents have went though. The Patch Boards are for EVERYONE to voice their opinion, even if YOU do not agree, with it.
crimestopper April 04, 2011 at 06:27 AM
Kathy, regarding residents, I'll just let you read the other blog. I am always open for new ideas and educated forms of direction. Absolutely, this is an open forum and opinions do vary. Now, in case of situations that fed up was talking about, FOR YOUR SAFETY, 1st you should call the sheriffs. Calling Hud or property owner are not going to protect you if there is gang activity going on. That would probably aggravate them more. After you call the sheriffs and problem has been taken care of, then you can submit your written report along with sheriffs report to 1) manager 2) hud 3)owner and of course if there are any minors in danger, CPS. I doubt cps is going to protect you from gangsters who are a threat to you and blowing up your cars, etc...
IluvSantee April 06, 2011 at 04:15 PM
"Crimestopper" sounds like the property Manager herself or a represenative on her behalf , advising NOT to call HUD or the owner but to call autorities instead. Quoting "leave the manager alone" this is her Job to maintain the property how can that even be said. Baised on prior post from actual residents this would defenitly be characteristic of the manager to say this, not wanting to handle the problem at hand which is to get the problem off the site immediately. Appears that the residents are doing both calling authorities as well as asking the management to do something, but nothing is being done. This is NOT fair to the young children in the neighborhood that cannot go outside and play. BOTTOM line TROUBLE looks for TROUBLE. Punks, Thugs, Gangsters, Drugs, won't come around if there is nothing to come around for! SO GET IT OUT...yes manager of site. We don't want this in our neighborhood!
James Jones April 06, 2011 at 04:16 PM
Two words...section 8
makesanteesafe April 06, 2011 at 05:18 PM
IluvSantee: I agree with you completely I too live in the complex and it sounds like something she would say. We have called the cops mulitple times, complained to the manager bout things and have gone to the property management and still nothing. It gets to a point to where your tired of not being heard and not getting any help. James Jones: All I can say is HOW DARE YOU! Yes we live in section 8 but not all of us are bad, some of us are there because if it wasnt for places like that we wouldnt have a place to live and a way to get back on our feet. I work work a 40 hr a week job have never broken the law and is raising my son basically on my own. I had no choice but to move there my husband had just left wasnt paying child support and I lost my job because of the economy. If its wasnt for Section 8 my son and I would have been on the street and guess what I supported my son and I for over a year with no goverment help other then helping pay some of my rent. i still had to come up with a good amount each month. Yes I agree there are some real winners living there but for you to assume that because we live in Section 8 that means we are all like that. So before you want to talk down about us maybe you should step into our shoes sometime and really see how it is maybe you would think twice about Section 8 and the people there cause trust me not all of us are white trash as you might think
James Jones April 06, 2011 at 10:54 PM
Makesanteesafe: I never said you were "all like that." But I'll bet the percentage of problems is higher than an non government subsidized neighborhood. We can always find exceptions like you, people who do the right things. But let me ask you this, if you didn't have to live there for economic reasons, would you? I suspect not, and why? Because you too want to get away from the loser troublemakers.
fedupresident April 06, 2011 at 11:14 PM
My mother had a saying too: if it walks like a duck & quacks like a duck, it sure as hell is a duck!
fedupresident April 06, 2011 at 11:39 PM
I too live here because I can afford it. My ex pays no child support as ordered by law. If men paid their child support we mom's wouldn't have to struggle, but that's men for you. (I was fortunate to ahve a decent, loving father who paid his child support every week. He is to this day the best man I know. And don't understand how my childs father could just walk away and not be in her life at all.) I love living here. I've been here a long time. Former managers Dick & Beverly were amazing! They ran this place like a tight ship. They did walk through's on the grounds everyday. They knew if you had someone living with you by the cars. They stayed on top of things. When I had a drug dealing loser living behind me, I was asked by management to give regular updates. When they had all the evidence needed they were evicted. Back then people not on the lease & living here the resident was put on notice. They were respected. They didn't lie to your face as present management has done. It was safe & clean, no worries. Not anymore. Not anymore. This manager & the previous 2 never did walk throughs on the grounds. That's the problem. They don't see what we see on a daily basis.
fedupresident April 06, 2011 at 11:39 PM
I have witnessed 2 crimes, called police, waited and gave all info plus left message for manager. I had to call manager to see if she got said call as she didn't give the courtesy of a return phone call. I walk the walk & talk the talk. That's what decent people do. The only thing other than certain things being discussed is the inspections. Those I could do without. And another note: The past manager Dick & Beverly used to say, "once in a blue moon one gets by them (loser troublemakers) But they nipped it in the bud.
makesanteesafe April 07, 2011 at 12:02 AM
I say let's come together and figure out what we all need to do to come together n get the law breakers out of there as well as getting a manager in there that really does care and not just sweeps things under the rug because your friends. If no one will help us get things cleaned up and ran right let's do it ourselves til someone listens. I luv living there but I would luv it more if I didn't live around people that got away with breaking the law and the lease
Kathy April 07, 2011 at 12:33 AM
safesantee, while we encourage everyone to share their thoughts and suggestions, it is more productive not to speak negatively against another poster, for speaking their feelings or suggestions. However, we do appreciate anything you may suggest to assist these residents, to ensure they have a safe and enjoyable place to live. Just because some of the residents receive some financial assistance to live in this apartment complex, doesn't mean they should have to tolerate criminal behavior, where they live.
James Jones April 07, 2011 at 01:19 AM
fedupresident: "If men paid their child support we mom's wouldn't have to struggle, but that's men for you." Did you really just say that? Really? Hmmm, do you think that attitude might be why you are a single mom?
Steven Bartholow (Editor) April 07, 2011 at 03:31 AM
skin4Life, can't have that kind of "defamatory, abusive, obscene, profane or offensive" commentary on this board as per out terms of use: http://santee.patch.com/terms Everyone on the board should read up on this- the key is, keep it clean, and try to keep to the treat others as you would like them to treat you rule. I know with this issue especially the line can get gray. Thanks.
fedupresident April 07, 2011 at 07:25 AM
No sir, this is a reported fact. If all the men out there took their responsibilty towards their children (as did my father) Welfare would not, and this is fact, would not exist. But men today find it too easy to shirk their responsiblities re: the children they sire. I am a single mom because I chose not to raise my child in chaos. I chose to give her peace of mind. I work & take care of my child because of love & responsiblity. Something most men today are lacking. I have known and know some amazing men. I also know some not so amazing men & hear their partners laments.
James Jones April 07, 2011 at 08:12 PM
fedupresident: You specifically said"...but that's men for you." I take offense at this. If you substituted the word, "women", "Mexicans" or "gays" for "men" in that sentence the entire world would come down on you. And as for your "facts", please cite the source for your contention that if men paid their child support, there would be no welfare. BTW, I support my children and so do all of the men I know, married or divorced.
Kathy April 07, 2011 at 08:41 PM
I do not think it is fair to generalize that all men are no good. I had an ex that did not pay any child support but my current husband is the most amazing father I could ask for. Men, or fathers who do not pay child support, are NOT responsible for our welfare system. I hold both men and women responsible, who choose to have unprotected sex or have more children then they can afford. When a woman chooses to have unprotected sex, then she also chooses to assume, she may be 100% financially responsible. If it is your ex husband or ex wife does not pay child support then, again, you choose to marry this person, and have a child. I have seen just as many dead beat mothers, as fathers, unfortunately. I understand your anger, I was there once, but it is just unfair for you to label all men, as dead beats.
Renee Rungy April 18, 2011 at 02:06 PM
Does anyone know who actually did the stabbing was the knife retreived
Renee Rungy April 18, 2011 at 02:12 PM
Its crazy to think that all these boys are the suspects but in reality there was probably 1 or 2 stabbers possible only one, for the other boys sometimes its just being at the wrong place at the right time which make them a suspect possible guilty. I just pray they figure out and seperate the true suspects from the the other boys who were there trying to enjoy a get together. Its my understanding they all got tooken in because they dont know who the real stabber is no one has come forth
lezza April 22, 2011 at 06:11 PM
So your saying everyone who is on section 8 is ????? Or maybe they pay full rent????????? what are you try ing to say??? Everyone who is on section 8 commits crimes???
lezza April 22, 2011 at 06:48 PM
James Jones, if management or corporate listened to the complaints then maybe we wouldn't have this problem... And I would still live here as long management kept it safe. It's very nice and quiet most of the time however with a family who has had restraining orders by other neighbors and plenty of complaints and management does nothing because their friends.... let's put it this way you have to keep a roof over your families head... no matter what....and if you complain too much you might just be the one that becomes a victim of homeless:(
unknown. April 28, 2011 at 01:48 AM
Eww ^! Than move out stop complaining.
tylar October 01, 2011 at 11:36 AM
first of all this was not gang realation. Skum just did some stupid shit in the past but we dont stab people. i know the story of what happened and everyone has gotten released only the person they are trying to pin it on is innocent until proven guilty but i know one person that the police tried to get him involved and i know this was not no gang related stuff. so dont try to put what skum might has done in the past it is totally changed noww and their not like that. thank you

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