Menifee Man Surrenders, Arrested for Attempted Murder

Story updated at 9:45 p.m. with booking photo:

A Menifee man accused of stabbing another man during an argument in Wildomar Friday surrendered to police earlier today.

Murrieta Police reported that at approximately 9:30 a.m. today, Richard Mount, 54, surrendered himself into police custody. He was arrested for the attempted murder of a Wildomar resident and was transported to the Wildomar Police Department for additional investigation. Mount will be booked into the Southwest Jail for attempted murder.

According to police, Mount was involved in an argument with a 53-year-old Wildomar man on the shoulder of Cottonwood Canyon Road in Wildomar about noon on Friday. During the argument, Mount allegedly produced a knife and stabbed the victim numerous times in the chest and left arm. Mount then fled the scene.

The victim was able to call 911 and report the incident. The victim was initially located by an unidentified good Samaritan passerby who provided emergency first aid to the most serious wounds, until emergency personnel arrived.

The victim was transported to a local hospital, where he received treatment for his wounds and is expected to survive.

Any persons with additional information regarding this incident are encouraged to call Officer Munoz of the Wildomar Police Department at 951-245-3300.




3 Comments:

  1. Wow, he's a real winner.

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    1. Lets not convict based on appearance.If you want to get an idea what your mugshot would look like,look at your drivers license.

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    2. It's not like he was chased and fought with police before his mug shot. He surrendered on his own terms and still looked "good".

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