Stabbing case leads to several weapons possession arrests
Two men and a juvenile were placed in custody after being found with an illegal type of gun.
It started when on September 28, 18-year-old Lonnie Hooser was stabbed at a party in Redding. Two days later, an unidentified witness came forward with videos he or she had obtained from the party that revealed the stabbing suspect's identity as David Glenos, Jr., 21, of Redding.
On Wednesday, an arrest and search warrant was served at Glenos' home. According to Redding police, Glenos confessed to stabbing Hooser.
Officers searched Glenos home, where he lived with his father, David Glenos, Sr. his 19-year-old Joseph Glenos and a 16-year-old. During the search, they found a loaded short-barreled rifle -- an illegal weapon to possess. David Glenos, Jr. confessed to owning the rifle.
The three other home residents were interviewed and confessed to knowing about the gun. Joseph Glenos is also an ex-felon and is not allowed to possess any firearms. He and the 16-year-old were arrested for possession of a short-barreled rifle. Joseph Glenos and David Glenos, Jr. were taken into custody at the Shasta County Jail. The juvenile was taken to Juvenile Hall.
Hooser, the stabbing victim, is expected to recover from his injuries.
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