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Half-moon Bay Suspect Was Accused of Trying to Suffocate a Flatmate, Records Show

SAN JOSE, Calif. — The suspect in the killing of seven farmworkers in Half Moon Bay, Calif., was in 2013 accused simply a roommate of trying to suffocate him with a wedge pillow and threatening to split his head open using a toilet knife, court documents show.

Zhao Chunli, 66, where was arrested on Monday in connection with the killings, had the subject around the temporary restraining order filed by the roomie when they were living in San Jose, Calif., in Walk 2013, the court records show.

The roommate, Yingjiu Wang, had also worked at the same restaurant as Mister. Zhao. Mr. Wang told a judge that Mr. Zhao included quit his job, and two days later, came into an individual’s room in the early morning, demanding his salary. Mr. Wang said he told his roommate that he did not want his paycheck, and that he should take a look at it at the hold. Mr. Zhao, he said, responded: “Today I am going that will need to. ”

Mr. Wang said that Mr. Zhao covered his face with a pillow, but that, while trying to breathe, he managed to push Mr. Zhao away in addition to leave the room.

Two days after the attempt, Mr. Wang said, Mr. Zhao confronted him in the culinary use, telling him that if he did not get his process back, he would use a knife to cut his good sense. “He said bad things could happen to me, ” Mr.. Wang said in the court documents.

The determine granted Mr. Wang a temporary restraining order against Mr. Zhao.

Efforts to reach the lawyer who represented Mister. Zhao at the time were not immediately successful. It had to be unclear if he had a legal practitioner after being arrested in Less than half Moon Bay.