Gasparian and an unidentified associate allegedly approached the
victim as he exited a bus at the intersection of California Street and
Pacific, Young said.
"The victim recognized one of the males as a known gang member because
he had been threatened by him recently," Young said.
The pipe missed its intended target but hit a parked car, shattering
the windshield, Young said.
The victim, whose name was not released, managed to duck inside a
building and make his way to the roof, where he called police on his cell
phone, Young said.
The victim provided police with a partial name, description and
address. When officers arrived at Gasparian's residence, they discovered
a vehicle parked in front that was used in the May 19 stabbing, Young
Police are still investigating the stabbing, in which a 17-year-old
Latino boy received a minor cut to his leg, Young said.
Gasparian, who was being held Friday at the Glendale Jail in lieu of
$30,000 bail, is expected to be arraigned Monday, said Young, who added
that he could face another charge of felony assault in the stabbing case.