Clipped From The San Bernardino County Sun
S.B. YOUTH KNIFED IN WILD ATTACK ON REDLANDS ROAD Three men wen held for ques tioning In the knifing of a 19-year- old San Bernardino' youth Mon day after a highway incident that wound up in a wild, four-mile rhase with occupants of one vehicle throwing rocks and debris at tne omer venicie, 'Charles Albert Shuler, 19, of 7695 Merito Ave., was treated at Community Hospital for cuts on the shoulder, right elbow and left hand that he said was inflicted by a curved flooring knife. His companions, Perry Lee Thomas, 7695 Merito Ave.IS and Bill Roan, 24537 4th St., both of San Bernardino, and Robert Claude Cockrell, 26796 Crest Road Highland, said they were attacked at Highway -99 and Alabama Street on the outskirts of Red- lands about 5 p.m. Monday. PUSHED IN WINDOWS They said theic three assailants, occupants of a pickup truck pushed in the windows of the hard top in which the four were riding, and one of the assailants shoved in a pocket knife and start ed swinging it. The four said they then got out of their car, but were chased by the other three, all of whom had knives. witnesses sam snuier was chased through heavy traffic. His shirt was cut to ribbons by his knife-swinging . assailant. After dodging knives for a while, the four youths' got back in their car and fled. They said the three in the pickup truck load ed the truck bed with rocks and debris, and chased the car four miles to Tippecanoe and Central. One of their assailants rode in the truck bed and the other on a running board, hurling rocks and debris at the car, the four said. TRUCK TRACED The truck was identified through a license number and three men were later picked up by Detective Jay D. Hughes. Booked in the County Jail for questioning were Booker T. Washington, 47, his son, John T. Wash ington, 26, both of 772 N. K St., and Cleophus Martin, 43, of 1577 Vine St., all of San Bernardino. Detective William Paterson of the homicide division is investigating. IN THE SHADOWS (Continued From A 4) gold Chapel with Rev. Horace S.