Police: Suspect in church stabbings has criminal history

Police: Suspect in church stabbings has criminal history

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Officials say a man suspected in the fatal stabbings of two people and the wounding of three others at a San Francisco Bay Area homeless shelter has a history of domestic violence and had been deported at least three times. San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia said 32-year-old Fernando Jesus Lopez was on probation in San Joaquin County for felony domestic violence and was wanted in Santa Clara County on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge when he allegedly stabbed five people at San Jose’s Grace Baptist Church. Garcia said one victim was a volunteer and the others were homeless people. 

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