Mother’s boyfriend stabbed in police car parking zone throughout child-custody change; lady’s dad arrested

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RICHMOND, Calif. (KPIX) – Gray Lonewalker Curtiss, a 26-year-old man from San Francisco, was charged with attempted murder in a knife stab in the parking lot of Richmond Police Headquarters during a custody swap.

According to police, Curtiss met with his daughter’s mother at around 6 p.m. on Sunday at the Richmond Police Department to conduct a custody swap. After the exchange was complete and the daughter was safely in her mother’s car, Curtiss and the child’s mother broke out in an argument.

The victim, a 28-year-old Richmond man who was in the mother’s vehicle with the child, got out of the vehicle to help the woman. When the victim approached Curtiss, he was allegedly assaulted and stabbed multiple times. The police department heard the commotion and the officers came and separated Curtiss and the victim.

The victim was taken to a trauma center in severe condition but was supposed to survive. Richmond police investigators said Curtiss was being held for attempted murder, worsening chaos and assault with lethal weapons.

The East Bay Times reports that the victim had a relationship with the woman, police said. The mother reportedly tried to defend the man but was not injured.

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