CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA - The third suspect wanted in connection to the stabbing death of a Citrus Heights man was booked into Sacramento County Jail after being transported from San Diego County.
Andrew Lee Johnson, 28, was arrested in San Diego last Saturday, then transported and booked into Sacramento County Jail this week, Citrus Heights police officer Bryan Fritsch said.
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Johnson is accused of murdering 52-year-old Jack Swaim on Jan. 5, Fritsch said. That morning, police responded to the 6300 block of Stonehand Avenue and found Swaim with multiple stab wounds. He was taken to the hospital, where he later died.
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The first suspect, Jeffrey Douglas Powell, 28, was arrested at a home on the 7700 block of Wintergreen Drive. Powell was booked into Sacramento County Jail for homicide. A second suspect, Christopher Langlois, 29, was also arrested in connection to Swaim's murder, Fritsch said.
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It is still unclear what led to Swaim's death.