BAKERSFIELD, Cailf. - New details have emerged regarding the two teens who were arrested Monday on attempted murder charges related to a stabbing on April 2.
To read the entire police report on the stabbing incident, go here: https://scripps-cms.endplay.com/documents/10920/0/Police+report+on+stabbing+assault/9a0f134e-473b-470b-bcc8-093ded9c52d1
On April 2, at about 8:40 p.m., Bakersfield police officers went to the to the 300 block of East 9th Street regarding a stabbing.
Officers said when they arrived they found the man with multiple stab wounds. He was taken to a local hospital.
Investigators said they learned that 38-year-old Louisa Polin reportedly assaulted a man outside of a grocery store with a knife and then later went to the victim's home.
Officials said Polin then engaged the victim into a physical altercation at his home.
Officers arrested 38-year-old Louisa Polin on April 3, due to the reported involvement in the attempted murder. She is being held on attempted murder charges, according to police.
Further investigation led to the identification of two additional suspects who were identified as the two teens, 14-year-old Kasey Villegas, and 13-year-old Kristopher Villegas.
Both teens were arrested Monday, April 8, during a probation search on attempted murder charges.
According to reports, Polin's son was present during the physical altercation and Polin had handed a knife to her son.
Polin's son then engaged the victim of the initial assault and stabbed him repeatedly with the knife given to him and said 'I'm going to [explicit] kill you," as he was stabbing the victim.
Reports also said that Polin had struck the victim of the stabbing several times in the head as he was being stabbed by her son.