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September 18, 2010 (San Diego) – A male driver looking for a party was stabbed near San Diego State University shortly after 3 a.m.


According to officer Frank Cali with the San Diego Police, the driver was with two women who were standing outside the car at 700 Fergus Street in the College Area East. They were looking for a party when a group of five to seven Hispanic men approached.


The women got into the backseat and locked the doors. The men knocked on the glass and told the women to roll down the windows, but they refused.


One of the men asked the driver to roll down the window and he complied. The suspect asked the victim if he belonged to a gang. After the victim said no, the assailant pulled out a knife and tried to stab him. The victim put his arm up to block the knife and was stabbed in the left elbow before driving away.


The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 5’6” to 5’9”, with a heavy build. He wore a blue baseball cap, blue jeans, and a brow or gray hoodie. The San Diego Police southeastern division is investigating.

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