Lubbock Man Treated In Early Morning Stabbing - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/28/04

Lubbock Man Treated In Early Morning Stabbing

An early morning dispute between two men sends one man to the hospital. It happened around one o'clock Wednesday morning, in the 3700 block of 26th Street. That's where police responded to reports of a stabbing.

According to police, the two men argued over a mutual girlfriend, and her dog. That's when the resident of the home pulled a pocket knife.

The 22-year-old victim was taken to University Medical Center with multiple stab wounds, all said to be minor. He has since been treated and released.

The 23-year-old suspect was questioned at the scene. He was also released, pending an investigation.

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