SAN LEANDRO -- A resident helped police nab an Alameda man wanted in connection with an October stabbing, officials said.
On Nov. 6, police released information to the public about 22-year-old Victor Crow, wanted for an Oct. 14 stabbing that took place in the downtown area, said Lt. Randy Brandt.
The information also included a picture of Crow, who was known to frequent San Leandro. He was wanted on a $100,000 arrest warrant after being identified as a suspect in a stabbing on East 14th Street, Brandt said. According to police, a man and woman were arguing about 10 p.m., when another man tried to intervene and was stabbed in the arm.
On Friday, a San Leandro resident recognized Crow in public and dialed 911, Brandt said.
Officers were dispatched to the 2200 block of Marina Drive, just west of Doolittle, where they found Crow, Brandt said. He was then arrested in connection to the stabbing.
Jail records show Crow was being held on $100,000 bail at the Santa Rita Jail. He's slated to appear before a judge at the Hayward Hall of Justice today on various felony charges, jail records show.
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