4 arrested in stabbing death of woman on Campo Indian Reservation

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SAN DIEGO — A man and three women were arrested Sunday in connection with the stabbing death of a 35-year-old woman on the Campo Indian Reservation.

Christalina Leona Louise Indish was pronounced dead at the scene Saturday, after authorities found her body on the front stairs at a residence at 36380 Tusil Road in Boulevard, according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.

The Sheriff’s Department identified the four arrested as Darrell Wohlford, 38; Cindy Ceballos, 29; Natalie Ceballos, 34; and Casandra Alto, 24.

Wohlford was booked into San Diego Central Jail on a charge of murder and is being held without bail, said Lt. Greg Rylaarsdam of the sheriff’s Homicide Detail Division.

Cindy Ceballos, Natalie Ceballos and Alto were booked into the Las Colinas Detention and Reentry Facility, each on a charge of murder and are being held without bail, Rylaarsdam said.

The relationship between Cindy and Natalie Ceballos was not immediately clear.

Detectives are continuing their investigation, while the county Medical Examiner’s Office will determine exactly how Indish died, Rylaarsdam said.