Last week, Zachary Castaneda went on a stabbing rampage that left four people dead and a number more injured in Garden Grove, a neighborhood in LA's Orange County.
According to the court, Castaneda refused to leave his cell and enter the courtroom, instead pleading his not guilty verdict from behind the bars of his cell. Castaneda is believed to have gang affiliations and has been charged with 11 felony counts.
Graphic video released by Garden Grove Police of one victim of yesterday's stabbing spree. Shows the brutality of the crimes. The suspect, allegedly, 33-year-old Zachary Castaneda is accused of killing 4 and injuring 2 random victims at 8 crime scenes. pic.twitter.com/czP4cDJW2Y— Alex Stone (@astoneabcnews) August 8, 2019
OC stabbing frenzy suspect Zachary Castaneda refused to go to court for his arraignment today. Instead he pleaded not guilty from his jail cell. We’re told his attorney is known to represent members of the Mexican Mafia. Some of his tattoos are associated w/ the gang. @KNX1070 pic.twitter.com/En7UVCruTV— Cooper Rummell (@KNXCooper) August 9, 2019