Published: Sun, June 10, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Farrah Fawcett, Ryan O’Neal’s Son, Redmond, Charged With Attempted Murder

Farrah Fawcett, Ryan O’Neal’s Son, Redmond, Charged With Attempted Murder

O'Neal, who has had a history of drug and legal troubles, has been held without bail by the Los Angeles County sheriff since his arrest on May 8, for the alleged armed robbery of a 7-Eleven store, according to police and CNN affiliate KABC. Police allege that O'Neal was responsible for all of the attacks as he matches witnesses' descriptions and security footage of a red-headed male with distinct facial tattoos.

O'Neal faces multiple charges including two counts of assault with a deadly weapon and one count each of attempted murder, criminal threats and brandishing a knife and one count of battery.

CNN could not immediately reach O'Neal's attorney.

O'Neal, 33, is alleged by police to have gotten into an argument and punched a stranger on the night of May 2.

Farrah Fawcett's son Redmond O'Neal has reportedly been linked to a vicious "crime spree" that includes the stabbing of a man on May 4. The man sustained minor injuries to his face.

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Police said the crime spree stopped abruptly after O'Neal's arrest, and that each of the victims in the previous incidents had described the suspect as a red-haired man with unique tattoos, ABC7 News reported. A little more than three hours later, several people in the area of 4th Avenue and Rose Avenue found a man laying in a pool of blood with obvious stab wounds to his face and upper body. O'Neal fled the scene, police said. Surveillance video showed the suspect walking away shortly after the victim was found, police said.

In the final incident that police attribute to Redmond, he allegedly became belligerent inside a coffee shop and when an employee intervened, police say Redmond pulled out a folding knife and "lunged, jabbed and threatened to harm the employee with the knife".

O'Neal already pleaded not guilty to the convenience store robbery and other charges, including possessing methamphetamine and heroin.

According to a press release from the LAPD, detectives from the Pacific Area presented their findings to the District Attorney's Office on Friday, June 8.

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