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February 25, 2016 -- A 59-year-old was arrested after he allegedly attacked a retired police officer. 

75-year-old Laurits “Pepe” Petersen was killed on the street of Stockton, Calif. where he once served the community. 

Feb 28, 2016 11:18 PM

Arrested for the crime is Rafael Watts, 59, who is in custody accused of homicide.

The media referred to the murder as "a struggle." maintains an archive of black-on-elderly-white violent crimes here ►


The man who died in an apparent stabbing Tuesday morning in Stockton was identified by police as 75-year-old Laurits “Pepe” Petersen, a retired Stockton police officer.

Petersen died after a struggle near a Stockton park that also resulted in injury to a good Samaritan who tried to come to his aid.

Officer Joseph Silva, Stockton Police Department spokesman, said officers responded about 10:45 a.m. to calls regarding a stabbing in the 8300 block of Tam O’Shanter Drive, across the street from a park. He said a man who witnessed the incident tried to intervene. A man believed to have been the attacker fled into the surrounding neighborhood, where he was spotted by officers and taken into custody with the assistance of a police dog, Silva said.

The other man involved in the struggle, later identified as Petersen, and the good Samaritan were taken to a hospital, where Petersen died. Silva said the good Samaritan, a 59-year-old man, was injured but is expected to survive.

The suspect, identified by police as Rafael Watts, 59, is in custody accused of homicide.

Police, in a news release issued late Tuesday afternoon, said Petersen had a distinguished law enforcement career spanning more than 30 years. He was hired by the Stockton Police Department on Sept. 9, 1968, and served until his retirement in September 1998. During his three decades with the department, Petersen worked in the patrol and investigations divisions. As a detective, he received a recognition award for his thorough police work on a 1995 homicide case, police said.

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