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Probationer Pleads Guilty To Random Stabbing Attack

A Southern California probationer has pleaded guilty to charges from a knife attack against a Redding man. On August 17th Redding Police were called to Dana Drive and Churn Creek Road. 23-year-old Jesse Wynn of Huntington Beach had run across the street with a knife raised in one hand, which he used to stab 27-year-old Joseph Anaya repeatedly. The two had never met before the random attack. When a bystander intervened and got the knife away from Wynn, he tried and failed to carjack a pickup truck from an Oak Run man. Officers found Wynn covered in blood in the Target parking lot. Anaya was hospitalized with stab wounds to his face, chest and lower torso. ¬†Wynn had been in Redding for less than a month and had already been arrested three other times. He entered guilty pleas Tuesday for attempted murder, inflicting great bodily injury and attempted carjacking. Next Wednesday he’ll be sentenced to 8 years 10 months in state prison.