OLDHAM COUNTY POLICE
Arrest Made In Stabbing Case
Oldham County Police arrested Camilo Nicolas Gutierrez, 34, in connection with two stabbings at Longfield Farm. Gutierrez had been hospitalized since the incident due to injuries he suffered that morning. Police believe that Gutierrez was originally assaulted by Juan Cambray Bustos, 25, in the apartment they shared. Following that incident Gutierrez left the apartment and went to the parking lot. When two other men came down from the apartment to the parking lot Gutierrez then assaulted those men with a large knife. Those victims, David Cambray Bustos, 54, and Marcos Fuentes, 43, sustained non-life threatening injuries.
Following the second stabbings Gutierrez then caused extensive damage to a truck in the parking lot owned by David Cambray Bustos. Juan Cambray Bustos fled the scene prior to police arriving. Police obtained an arrest warrant for Juan Cambray Bustos the same day and are still searching for him. Juan Cambray Bustos, is a Hispanic male, born 11-27-1981. He is approximately 5 7, 150 pounds, light complexion, with black hair, and brown eyes. Police believe he may be driving a red 1997 Ford F150 truck with Kentucky License 804 CNL. Juan Cambray Bustos is wanted for Assault in the first degree. Police ask anyone with information on his whereabouts to call 911 or Oldham County Police at (502) 222-1300.
The apartment where the incident began was shared by Gutierrez, David Cambray Bustos, and his son Juan Cambray Bustos. Marcos Fuentes was visiting David Cambray Bustos and was working on another horse farm in Oldham County. Police are unsure on what exactly led to the original assault; however, alcohol was involved. Oldham County Police will continue to investigate this incident.