Pittsfield Township police seek suspect in stabbing
Courtesy of Pittsfield Township police
Luis Alberto Munoz-Cerda, 23, has a two-count warrant out for his arrest in connection with Thursday’s alleged assault at Hong Far Food Service, 4100 E. Morgan Road. Police said Munoz-Cerda and another employee got into an argument that escalated quickly.
Police said Munoz-Cerda stabbed the 19-year-old-man in the parking lot several times, causing non-life threatening injuries. The man is now recovering from his injuries, police said.
Representatives from Hong Far who answered a phone call from AnnArbor.com Monday said they had no comment on the incident and hung up. Hong Far is a distributor to Asian restaurants.
Munoz-Cerda’s warrant shows that he will be charged with assault with intent to do bodily harm less than murder and assault with a dangerous weapon. He is also known as Luis Alonso, Luis and Junky, according to court records.
Police said Munoz-Cerda is a Pittsfield Township resident and is frequently in the Ann Arbor, Pittsfield Township and Ypsilanti area. He has three tattoos: one on the right side of his neck that reads “Echo en Mexico,” another on his upper arm of a Hispanic woman with a sombrero; and a third on his chest, which consists of the letters “VL” police said.
Anyone with information on Munoz-Cerda’s whereabouts is encouraged to call the CrimeStoppers at 1-800 SPEAK UP (773-2587)