The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is launching an investigation into the operation of a Lubbock nightclub. This comes after several women were stabbed at Club Dallas at 711 34th Street Friday morning.
NewsChannel 11 spoke with the TABC Friday afternoon. We are told TABC agents will be investigating what happened at the club leading up to the stabbing just before 2 a.m. Friday. However, we do know a bouncer called 911.
In the 911 call the man says, "Will you please send a squad car out here please quick. Ma'am two, these two ladies have been cut, and I want a squad car over here."
That call was made just before 2 a.m. after a fight broke out between two groups of women at Club Dallas in central Lubbock.
In the 911 call, the bouncer goes on to say, "Somebody is cutting somebody. Do you need an ambulance? Uh, yes."
Police tell us five women were stabbed. One victim suffered six stab wounds, two in the back, two in the chest and on both forearms. EMS took that victim along with three others to Covenant for treatment. Their names and conditions are still unavailable at this hour.
The 911 call also reveals Club Dallas bouncers tried to stop a black GMC Yukon from leaving the scene, which witnesses say two black females were driving.
If you have any information about this stabbing, you are asked to call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.
Back in July, we also told you TABC was investigating this very same club. That investigation came after several ongoing arrests.
TABC Launches Investigation After Several Arrests At An East Lubbock Club
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is launching an investigation into an evening hot spot here in Lubbock, Club Dallas. This comes after complaints that lead to several arrests overnight.