Brutal Shotgun Murder At The Pool Hall Video

Following a stabbing outside a Westminster pool hall last weekend, a 19-year-old male was taken into custody.

A stabbing occurred at International Billiards, situated at 6328 Westminster Blvd., around 2:15 p.m. on March 12, according to a press statement from the Westminster Police Department.

Brutal Shotgun Murder At The Pool Hall Video

A man had already been sent to a local trauma facility when the stabbing occurred at 1 a.m. in the parking lot.

The defendant stabbed the victim repeatedly with a folding pocket knife during the altercation, according to authorities.

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19-Year-Old James Hamilton,

The victim was stabbed by 19-year-old James Hamilton, who was identified by detectives as the attacker, according to the police.

Detectives found Hamilton at his Huntington Beach home on Thursday and arrested him.

Assault with a deadly weapon is suspected in Hamilton’s incarceration at the Orange County Jail.

Chief Cameron Knauerhaze, the deputy, called it a “very brutal attack” rather than just a skirmish. In spite of the fact that the business and the witnesses involved were unwilling to cooperate, I am proud of our detectives for putting this case together.

Have Any Other Information

Call 714-548-3212 if you witnessed this crime or have any other information, or visit www.occrimestoppers.org if you have any additional information about this case. Callers do not have to give their names.

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Last Words

After his death, Howard claimed he had no knowledge of Gonzales’ shooting, but family members said they overheard him claiming that Williams had done it.

On the day of the pool hall shooting, Williams was interviewed as a witness and claimed to have met Howard and offered him $1,500 for “legal trouble.”