A Tustin woman was behind bars Friday on suspicion of stabbing two women and a man at a laundry business.
Camila Cynthia Machorro, 23, was booked on suspicion of three counts of assault with a deadly weapon and attempted murder, according to Tustin police Lt. Brian Greene.
She was being held on $500,000 bail, according to Orange County Jail Records.
Callers reported about 7 p.m. Thursday that a stabbing occurred near the business in the 14000 block of Red Hill Avenue, according to Greene.
“When officers arrived, they found the female suspect in the middle of the street and she was taken into custody without incident,” Greene said. “A knife was recovered in close proximity to the suspect.”
The victims sustained non-life-threatening injuries to the neck and head, Green said.
“The victims were treated at the scene by Orange County Fire Authority (personnel) and transported to local area hospitals,” Greene said, adding that there appeared to be no obvious relationship between the victims and suspect.
“The motive for the attack is unknown,” Green said. “There are no outstanding suspects and no danger to the community.”
Machorro is on probation. She pleaded guilty in August 2016 to breaking into a 1980 Ford Mustang to steal something, according to court records.
Machorro was sentenced to 90 days in jail.
Anyone with information about the stabbings or the suspect was urged to call (714) 573-3246 to speak with Detective Haug or (714) 573-3220 to speak with the watch commander.