ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Latest on stabbings in Southern California (all times local):

Southern California police have identified the 20-year-old man they arrested Tuesday on suspicion of stabbing four relatives.

The Anaheim Police Department tweeted that Gino Liam Fuentes was booked into jail on four counts of attempted murder and one count of elder abuse. His bail is $500,000.

Police say the female victims are 66 and 48 years old and the male victims are 55 and 24 years old. They are hospitalized in critical but stable condition.

Police say a neighbor used a baseball bat Tuesday to stop the attacker, who was armed with knives.

Anaheim Police Sgt. Daron Wyatt said it’s unclear how the suspect is related to the victims.

Wyatt did not know if Fuentes had a lawyer.


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Investigators say four people suffered critical stab wounds in a family dispute at a Southern California home.

Police in Anaheim say a neighbor used a baseball bat on Tuesday to stop the attacker, who was armed with knives.

The suspect is in custody, but has not been identified.

Four victims

A police photo showed blood splattered on the driveway of a residence.

Police didn’t say what sparked the dispute.

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