Suspect in Greyhound Bus Attack Was Wanted on Warrant - NBC 7 San Diego

Suspect in Greyhound Bus Attack Was Wanted on Warrant



    Suspect in Greyhound Bus Attack Had Active Warrant

    NBC 7's Mark Mullen updates the investigation into the brutal attack aboard a bus traveling on I-5 from San Ysidro to Oceanside.

    (Published Thursday, July 12, 2018)

    A man accused in a brutal stabbing attack on a Greyhound bus traveling through San Diego County had a warrant out for his arrest at the time of the assault, NBC 7 has learned.

    Gilbert Dominguez, 35, was expected to be arraigned Friday on a charge of first-degree murder.

    He's accused of stabbing a fellow passenger multiple times aboard a bus traveling from San Ysidro to Oceanside. 

    The driver of the bus attempted to intervene in the attack and pulled over to the side of Interstate 5 near Nobel Drive.

    The victim was stabbed several times in the neck, in what SDPD Lt. Kevin Mayer described was an altercation between two passengers.

    The 27-year-old man was transported to Scripps Memorial Hospital, according to a spokesperson for the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department.

    At the time of his arrest Wednesday, Dominguez was wanted on a warrant according to police. No details were released regarding the reason behind the warrant.

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