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Overnight fight at Jaguar's sends 3 to hospital

LUBBOCK COUNTY, TX (KCBD) -

There are still many unanswered questions about what exactly happened around 4 a.m. Sunday morning at Jaguar's nightclub.

Lubbock County Sheriff's Office PIO, Brian Taylor says they're still scratching their heads and sorting through numerous accounts.

They do know that a fight broke out and escalated to the point where weapons were pulled. Three victims were taken to the hospital. The amount of blood involved originally led deputies to believe that these were gunshot wounds, but now they think there may have been another cause.

Lubbock police and Sheriff's deputies were seen looking for suspects at the Koko Inn 5201 Avenue Q Drive, and two suspects were arrested about 5:30 a.m. at Mac Davis Lane and Avenue Q.

This incident is still under investigation, so the Sheriff's Office would not confirm the names or even the number of suspects involved. LSO says they are still piecing together numerous accounts and will hopefully know more on Monday.

The victims are believed to be in stable condition.

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