September 4, 2013 4:38 PM EST
Recent Violence In Hollywood: Documentary Filmmaker Chadwick Davis For His Film Called "Making It In Hollywood" Interviewed Two Of The Criminals.
The Hollywood and Highland area certainly saw its share of tourists on the Labour Day2013, but it was also the spot for three separate early morning violent crimes-two stabbing attacks and one shooting incident.
We summed the incidents of violence and tried to get a peek in the criminal mindsets as documentary Filmmaker Chadwick Davis for his film called "Making It In Hollywood" Interviewed two of the criminals.
Three crimes outspread near Hollywood & Highland on Monday leaving six victims, authorities said.
- In one attack, two men were stabbed on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at about 1:30 a.m., according to Los Angeles police. The men were sitting at a table outside Leila's Pizza and Deli on the south side of Hollywood Blvd near Highland, when they were approached by a group of men. One victim was stabbed in the head, the other in the neck, Los Angeles police said.
- After an issue escalated inside the club. The string of violence started at 1:15 a.m. Monday, when three men were shot outside a nightclub in the 1700 block of Ivar Avenue, according to City News Service. The men, ages 22 and 31, were sitting at a table outside the deli when a group of men approached them in an alleged gang-related attack.
The victim died at the hospital. With the help of witnesses, the suspect was taken into custody about a block away from the hotel.
The LAPD is investigating all three incidents.
According to CNS Julio Caesar Velasquez, 22 has been identified The man arrested on suspicion of stabbing the 29-year-old man to death outside the Best Western Hollywood Plaza Inn. The victim's name has not been disclosed.
The violence was nothing new to Hollywood.
Back in June fatal stabbing of a 23-year-old woman Christine Calderon who took their picture on the Walk of Fame occurred, three people were charged in the stabbing.
1. Dustin James Kinnear, 26, was charged with murder
2. Jason Joel Wolstone, 33, was charged with assault by means likely to produce bodily injury and two counts of accessory after the fact
3. Brian Joseph Widdows, 34, was charged with two counts of accessory after the fact
Documentary Filmmaker Chadwick Davis for his film called "Making It In Hollywood" interviewed 25 homeless people near that famed intersection.
Two of those interviewed 25 homeless people included Kinnear and his friend Brian Widdows, who was also charged in the death of 23-year-old Christine Calderon.
In the video, Kinnear says, "You want to come here? Don't move here unless you've got money to come here and live on your own. Don't come here trying to make money."
"Hollywood is a full of nothing but a trendy bunch of fucking stuck up yuppies. That's it, that's all they are." Kinnear added
Widdows told his story to Chadwick, too: "I went from having everything to having nothing in a matter of months."
Chadwick said that both of them approached him while he was filming when they saw he had a camera. He said, "When they talked to me they seemed so open." Lots of people were taking pictures of them without occasion.
However, two weeks later when Calderon took a picture of them, they demanded payment and she denied. That's when Kinnear, Widdows and Jason Wolstone are accused of fatally attacked her.
Chadwick told, "He made it clear to me he didn't want to be on the streets. They could have been on their last string of hope...of life...of desperation." As reported by CBS.
Watch the Videos of the voilence and Interview below: