A murder in Los Angeles allegedly stemmed from a dispute between Richmond neighbors, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Carlo Giuliano Cresci, 23, has pleaded not guilty in connection with the stabbing death of neighbor Jose Alberto Martinez, 26 in Los Angeles on May 24. The pair
Police believe Cresci and Martinez traveled to Los Angeles together to visit Cresci’s grandmother but had some kind of falling out, the Times reported. Martinez was reportedly stabbed and later found in a parked Lexus that was set ablaze.
Cresci, who has pleaded not guilty to the killing, was tied to the incident via a restaurant receipt left in the car, among other evidence.