The suspect accused of murdering a woman with an electric scooter in California on Monday was identified by police.
Amad Rashad Redding, 27, has been arrested and charged with the murder of 63-year-old Rosa Elena Hernandez, the Long Beach Police Department said.
Redding reportedly assaulted Hernandez in Long Beach. Investigators responded to reports of an "assault with a deadly weapon" and found Hernandez on the scene "with serious injuries to his chest".
The victim, aged 27, "physically assaulted the victim and then used a motorized scooter as a weapon during the assault," police said.
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"I've never heard of that kind of thing either," a neighbor told KTTV earlier this week. "We've been living here for years since 1993, and it's the first time something like this has happened."
Redding was arrested about four hours after the attack, without incident, according to officials. On Monday, he was on bail of $ 2 million.