Suspects In Road Rage Stabbing Arrested

Both suspects were arrested at a Diamond Bar residence Wednesday evening.

The man and woman suspected of attempted murder in Tuesday's road rage incident were arrested by Glendora detectives Wednesday evening, police said.

Utilizing a partial license plate obtained by eyewitnesses, detectives ran that number through computer databases and located a possible address. Detectives conducted a stakeout in the 20000 block of Lycoming Street in Diamond Bar. Around 7:30 pm., they saw what they believed was the suspect vehicle and detained the female and male occupants, said Lieutenant Joe Ward.

Deann Spriggs, 21, from Walnut, and Martin Kelsey, 22, from Los Angeles, were booked on suspicion of attempted murder. Both are being held at the Glendora jail in lieu of $1 million bail.

Kelsey was also arrested on two outstanding traffic warrants.

The suspect vehicle in question was a gray Toyota Tacoma. Authorities at the crime scene Tuesday had been reluctant to release the make and model of the vehicle, citing the need to maintain the integrity of the investigation, according to Sergeant Scott Strong.

"They were watching a residence...The vehicle returned to the location, [officers] contacted the female driver and male passenger, determined they were the suspects involved," Ward said.

Both subjects were arrested without incident.

Lori October 05, 2012 at 01:28 AM
Awesome job Glendora PD! PROUD to live in this city!
Sylvia armstrong October 05, 2012 at 01:44 AM
This guy was using hes car as a weapon and was calling them the n word almost pushed them into ongiong traffic they had to pull he ran up on that young man fighting him its doesent mean.that the youngman was right by what he but some actions need to be handle with the olderbecause he new better.
James Weeks October 05, 2012 at 01:52 PM
Sylvia, you are an idiot. What you wrote does not make sense and your grammar is awful. You also believe that because someone is a jerk and drives just as bad that that would justify doing harm to someone else. The simple fact that the victim was treated at County USC speaks volumes about the possible extent of their injuries. It sounds like this person was very lucky. I am in no way saying that actions as you described them (at least the actions that I was able to gather from your horrible grammar and sentence structure) are acceptable, because they are not. However, the reactions of all parties are even more disgusting.
notsomuch October 07, 2012 at 03:30 AM
notsomuch October 07, 2012 at 03:31 AM
I agree with you James.....


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