3 arrested for Beverly Hills stabbing

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BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF. (AP) - Beverly Hills police have made three arrests in the stabbing of a man who was found dead at a home owned by a movie producer.

Lt. Sean Davis tells KNX radio three people were arrested Wednesday morning after detectives worked around the clock on the case.

Their identities weren’t immediately released. There’s no immediate word on a motive for the killing.

Officers found the victim inside a Carla Ridge home at 6 a.m. Tuesday. He was identified Wednesday as 21-year-old Katsutoshi Takazato, who lived there.

Deed records show the home is owned by Fuminori Hayashida, who was executive producer of several movies in the 1990s, including “Lured Innocence” starring Dennis Hopper.

A call to a number listed as Hayashida’s was not immediately returned.

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