Attempted murder charges were filed Monday against the suspect in a trio of homeless stabbings in Hollywood, Santa Monica and downtown Los Angeles
Courtney A. Robinson, 38, was charged with three counts of attempted murder, according to Los Angeles deputy District Attorney John Gilligan.
Prosecutors will ask Robinson's bail be set at $3 million during an arraignment hearing Tuesday in downtown L.A.
Believed to be a transient himself, Robinson, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
At a press conference Saturday, LAPD Cmdr. Andrew Smith said Robinson targeted each of the victims for specific reasons, but had no relation to them and left behind so-called "death warrants."
Each of the victims, two men in their 50s and a woman in her 40s, were stabbed in their backs as they slept. They each survived.
The attacks occurred July 3 near Skidrow, July 17 in Santa Monica and July 19 in Hollywood. In Santa Monica, in front of the Goodwill at Sixth Street and Santa Monica Boulevard.
Along with the attempted murder charges, the D.A.'s office charged Robinson with great bodily injury allegations.
Bail was initially set at $50,000. KTLA reported that Robinson is also being held on $31,705 in outstanding misdemeanor warrants.