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Officials identified the man stabbed and killed in the Downtown Commons area of Sacramento. The person believed to be responsible for the attack has yet to be found. The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office identified the man killed as 22-year-old Laronn Derose Willson II, and the Sacramento Police Department also confirmed that as the identity.Police said officers around 4:45 p.m. went to the busy shopping and dining plaza for a report of a stabbing. There, they found a man, later identified as Wilson II, with at least one stab wound.Police said the man was sent to the UC Davis Medical Center in critical condition, and he later died of his injuries.It’s unclear what led to the stabbing. Sacramento police said the suspected attacker and victim were known to one another and both were experiencing homelessness. Police have since identified the suspect and are looking for them. Authorities have not released the identity of the man who was killed.A pool of blood was spotted near the patio space by the Golden 1 Center, which is an area that sees a lot of foot traffic.The crime scene was just feet away from families who were lining up to see the contemporary Christian singer Lauren Daigle in concert at the Golden 1 Center on Tuesday night. Many said seeing the caution tape and the barricades was scary and surprising.”I’m actually shocked. It looks like a family-filled environment,” concert attendee Sarah Bagnani of Chico said. “It’s just unfortunate and sad.”Concertgoer Christie Gilliatt, of Twain Harte, said she was relying on Lauren Daigle’s lyrics to help her process the scary scene unfolding next to the concert venue doors.”One of the songs talks about how we hear God’s voice and his whisper even in the darkest of moments, and I feel like this is just really ringing true. It’s a dark moment. It’s a sad situation that this happened, but we have to hold on to God’s word and let that carry us forward,” Gilliatt said.But some locals, such as Sacramento resident Roy Henderson, said they were not surprised by the deadly stabbing given the recent violence downtown.”Just society today, you just don’t know. Anything can happen at any time to anyone. No one is safe,” Henderson said. See more coverage of top California stories here | Download our app.

Officials identified the man stabbed and killed in the Downtown Commons area of Sacramento. The person believed to be responsible for the attack has yet to be found.

The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office identified the man killed as 22-year-old Laronn Derose Willson II, and the Sacramento Police Department also confirmed that as the identity.

Police said officers around 4:45 p.m. went to the busy shopping and dining plaza for a report of a stabbing. There, they found a man, later identified as Wilson II, with at least one stab wound.

Police said the man was sent to the UC Davis Medical Center in critical condition, and he later died of his injuries.

It’s unclear what led to the stabbing. Sacramento police said the suspected attacker and victim were known to one another and both were experiencing homelessness.

Police have since identified the suspect and are looking for them. Authorities have not released the identity of the man who was killed.

A pool of blood was spotted near the patio space by the Golden 1 Center, which is an area that sees a lot of foot traffic.

The crime scene was just feet away from families who were lining up to see the contemporary Christian singer Lauren Daigle in concert at the Golden 1 Center on Tuesday night. Many said seeing the caution tape and the barricades was scary and surprising.

“I’m actually shocked. It looks like a family-filled environment,” concert attendee Sarah Bagnani of Chico said. “It’s just unfortunate and sad.”

Concertgoer Christie Gilliatt, of Twain Harte, said she was relying on Lauren Daigle’s lyrics to help her process the scary scene unfolding next to the concert venue doors.

“One of the songs talks about how we hear God’s voice and his whisper even in the darkest of moments, and I feel like this is just really ringing true. It’s a dark moment. It’s a sad situation that this happened, but we have to hold on to God’s word and let that carry us forward,” Gilliatt said.

But some locals, such as Sacramento resident Roy Henderson, said they were not surprised by the deadly stabbing given the recent violence downtown.

“Just society today, you just don’t know. Anything can happen at any time to anyone. No one is safe,” Henderson said.

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